In the Audubon Tradition Exhibition
About Linda Howard Bittner
Linda Howard Bittner has dedicated her career and talents to promote wildlife education and conservation. She is nationally and internationally recognized for her fine art, illustration, photography and design work. Linda’s art is featured in children’s books, educational publishing, field guides, zoo and museum exhibits, toys, puzzles, games, novelty products, greeting cards, party papers, marketing campaigns
Linda is also a world travel specialist. She developed her own company, Wild Art Safaris LLC, to provide escorted journeys and custom travel with a focus on adventure, culture and nature experiences. Linda also creates unique travel opportunities for artists and photographers with destinations around the world so that they may share their vision with others.
Linda Howard Bittner is also a member of Masterworks for Nature, a group of Cincinnati area artists dedicated to raising awareness and funds for conservation. Originally conceived in 1999 as “Wildlife 2000,” the group has expanded and grown into Masterworks for Nature with the same core mission. Members include John Ruthven, Charlie Harper (posthumously), Bret Harper, DeVere Burt, Christopher Walden, John Agnew, Mary Louise Holt, Ann Geise, Nancy
Acrylics on bristol board
8.5 x 10.5″
Created in an “Audubon-
Acrylics on birch panel
24 x 24″
Graceful beauty describes this Great Blue Heron as it stalks its quarry. The warm glow peering through the palmetto leaves helps to set the mood for this engaging image.
Acrylics on masonite panel
18 x 36″
A pair of Gambel’s Quail look to impress each other among the colorful cactus and wildflowers of the Arizona Sonoran Desert.