Awards & Achievements
Oct, 2018The Artists of Kawartha Introduction by Leonard Pizzey
This book is the fourth in a series that celebrates the extraordinary creativity of artists who choose to live amidst natural beauty that all of them find inspiring. Whether it is the famous landscape of the Alqonquin region, the quiet ambience and diverse topography of the Haliburton Highlands, the shimmering greens and blues of Muskoka's lake country, or the richly varied landscapes of the Kawartha region, painters, sculptors, print makers and other practitioners of visual arts, strive to create unique expressions of beauty out of the materials, both physical and intellectual, that surround them.More info...
Kelly is honoured to have been selected as one of an elite group of contemporary artists from around the globe to have her art published in E. Ashley Rooney's most recent book, Reptiles and Amphibians in Contemporary Art.More info...
Artists for Conservation Medal of Excellence 2011 - This award is given annually in recognition of extraordinary artwork. Dodge's pastel painting, "Mischief Maker" was singled out for special recognition for the prestigious 2011 Art of Conservation Exhibition.
Artists for Conservation Medal of Excellence 2010 - Each year the Artists for Conservation Foundation awards six AFC "Medals of Excellence" to artists for their artworks in the Annual Art of Conservation, an international exhibit of nature in art. Dodge's pastel painting, "Where's Waldo?" was singled out for special recognition from among over 400 art submissions for the prestigious 2010 AFC Virtual Exhibition.
Dodge's AFC Flag Expedition Journal is published as a Limited Edition. Direct purchase inquiries directly to the Artists for Conservation.
AFC 2011 Environmental Calendar - Kelly's image, "Where's Waldo" depicting Galapagos Marine Iguanas was selected for inclusion in this unique calendar. Highlighting key environmental dates and elevating awareness of critical environmental concerns it is both beautiful and informative. $1 from the sale of each calendar will benefit the Wildlife Conservation Society.
Artists for Conservation Flag Expedition #10 - GALAPAGOS - 40 days and 40 nights - An Artists Sojourn
July 29, 2009 - Kelly Dodge wins Artists for Conservation Foundation’s Flag Expedition Fellowship to support wildlife conservation and environmental education with her art.
County of Peterborough Civic Award of Recognition. Kelly Dodge, along with Michael Dumas and Sherry Senis were the 2009 recipients for Leadership in Arts and Culture.
2008 Artists for Conservation Award - Awarded for outstanding artistic talent and extraordinary contribution to the conservation cause.
Lakefield, Ontario artist Kelly Dodge was juried into the Society of Animal Artists (SAA) as a signature member.Founded in l960, the Society is devoted to promoting excellence in the portrayal of the creatures sharing our planet, and to the education of the public through informative art seminars, lectures and teaching demonstrations. Over the past 50 years the work created by these artists has established new standards of artistic excellence and respect, helping animal and wildlife art to achieve a place of honour in the field of fine art.More info...
World Wide Nature Artists Group member Kelly Dodge is pleased to announce her elected admittance to the Pastel Society of America as a signature member. The Pastel Society of America was founded in 1972 and is the oldest pastel society in existence in America. PSA is a model for standards of excellence well recognized by the art community worldwide.
Kelly Dodge is proud to be informed that the PSC Council has elected her as a Signature Member of the distinguished Pastel Society of Canada. The Pastel Society of Canada is the only National Society for Canada's pastel artists. It is devoted to the use of traditional pastel as a fine art medium. The Society is regarded as a strong voice for Canadian Art.
Kelly Dodge is honoured to have been selected as a signature member of the World Wide Nature Artists Group.