Earnshaw, Adelle

Earnshaw, Adele

A New Zealander, Adele Earnshaw was born in Hastings and lived in Warkworth before immigrating with her family to the U.S. Her childhood in New Zealand has had a major influence on her work and subject matter.

Her paintings have been exhibited at the Natural History Museum in New York, toured Japan and Sweden. She designed the first three stamps for the New Zealand Game Bird Habitat Stamp Program. In 2000 she was invited to participate in the Ecoart Conference and Exhibition in Taiwan where her work was exhibited at the Museum of Natural History in Taipei. In 2003, Adele was selected as a judge for the prestigious Federal Duck Stamp Competition held at the Department of Interior's Fish & Wildlife Service in Washington D.C. Her work is in the permanent collection of the Leigh Yawkey Woodon Art Museum and the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum. 
The Immigrant by Adele Earnshaw

Signed and numbered limited edition lithographic print on paper. Image size is 26.5 x 12. Print number157/999.

Price: $75.00