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Kathleen Sheard

Kathleen Sheard is an internationally recognized wildlife artist who creates realistic wildlife paintings and sculptures in glass. Kathleen belongs to the Society of Animal Artists and Artists for Conservation.

In 2015, she was honored by Artists for Conservation as a Conservation Artist for October. In 2017 she received the Environmental Statement Award in Sculpture, from Artists for Conservation, for her artwork “You’re Killing Me: Oceanic Assassins – Propellers and Plastic". In July 2017, Kathleen with a team of six artists and an engineer, finished her sculpture called “The Cycle of Life: Sea Turtle Glass Sculpture – an Environmental Art Education Project". 

A wilderness advocate, and an artist with an ocean soul, her kiln formed and kiln cast glass relates to her experiences with wildlife worldwide. She volunteers for sea turtle patrols and speaks on conservation practices that will help save the seven sea turtle species.  Kathleen donates a percentage of her sales to support wildlife conservation organizations.

Kathleen is in her 47th year of making glass art and her 14th year of environmental activism.

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