The Art of Nature: Drawings of Bulgarian Birds Fly into the National Museum of Natural History
A piece of the huge bird kingdom in Bulgaria and its wild freedom can be seen from 27 April at the National Museum of Natural History thanks to the efforts of Bulgarian Illustration publishing house, the Society of Animalists, Florists and Scientific Illustrators, and the participants in the al fresco on the occasion of Draw a Bird Day and the illustration workshops with the students from ‘Prof. Nikolay Raynov’ art school.
The exhibition which is part of Bulgarian Illustration publishing house ‘My Birds’ Table’ campaign presents quick sketches, realistic watercolors, drawings and photographs of birds, including curious tits, fluffy ducklings, scurrying squirrels (they are no birds) and even pink pelicans. The exhibition includes drawings of professional scientific illustrators and contributors who sent their paintings from across the country.
The exhibition will be open to the public at Leventis hall, National Museum of Natural History, 1 Tzar Osvoboditel blvd., until 30 June (Friday) every day from 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
The project is implemented with the financial support of the Ministry of Culture of Bulgaria and in partership with the National Museum of Natural History, the Society of Animalists, Florists and Scientific Illustrators and Bulgarian Illustration publishing house.