Press Coverage & Publications
Losing AltitudeMay, 2016
Losing Altitude, A collaborative art book
Compiled by Arras Wiedorn
Birds are some of the most beautiful and interesting animals in the world. They live on every continent, and over the ages they have developed all kinds of interesting adaptations to life in all those different places. With such a huge variety of species, shapes, plumages, and colors, birds have inspired artists from the world over.
This art book brings together more than 45 artists from around the globe to illustrate threatened and endangered birds ranging from the little O’ahu ‘Elepaio and tiny Short-Crested Coquette to the magnificent Great Green Parrot and the mighty Javan Hawk-Eagle. [link to source]
Jennifer has contributed several artworks to this book, including paintings of: Ridgway's Hawk, Guam Rail, Hyacinth Macaw, and Whooping Crane.
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Put Your Stamp on Conservation!Jun, 2015
Ruddy ducks took center stage today for hunters, conservationists and stamp collectors as the new Federal Duck Stamp went on sale. The 82nd Federal Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamp debuted at a special event hosted by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Bass Pro at Bass Pro Shops at the Pyramid in Memphis, Tenn. Partners from Ducks Unlimited and the U.S. Postal Service also participated in the event.
The 2015-2016 Federal Duck Stamp features a pair of ruddy ducks painted by wildlife artist Jennifer Miller of Olean, N.Y. Last fall, a panel of five judges chose Miller’s art from among 186 entries at the Federal Duck Stamp Art Contest, held at the National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown, W.Va. Miller is the third woman ever to win the Federal Duck Stamp Contest. [...]
New York Artist Jennifer Miller Wins 2014 Federal Duck Stamp ContestSep, 2014
US Fish & Wildlife Service Newsroom: New York Artist Jennifer Miller Wins 2014 Federal Duck Stamp Contest
Jennifer Miller, an artist from Olean, New York, is the winner of the 2014 Federal Duck Stamp Art Contest. The announcement was made September 20 by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Deputy Director Rowan Gould at the annual art contest, held at the Service’s National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown, West Virginia.
Miller’s acrylic painting of a pair of ruddy ducks will be made into the 2015-2016 Federal Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamp, or Duck Stamp, which goes on sale in late June 2015. The Service produces the Federal Duck Stamp, which sells for $15 and raises about $25 million each year to provide critical funds to conserve and protect wetland habitats in the National Wildlife Refuge System for the benefit of wildlife and the enjoyment of people. [...]
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