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Thomas A. Bennett, the first Artist-in-Residence of the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, and the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, is a renowned artist who has works in corporate and private collections worldwide. He focuses mainly on bird species as his subject of interest, as well as mammals and other various forms of wildlife.
He has been featured by the The Florida Naturalist, The Disney Corporation, The Wild Turkey Federation, American Livestock Breeds Conservancy, Wildlife in North Carolina, and Our State North Carolina magazine. He has been a guest on North Carolina People – PBS TV with Dr. William Friday, and was “Artist of the Year” at the 2003 North Carolina Governor’s Conference on Tourism. Also, his works were selected to be on display at the 100 Year Celebration of the Audubon Society in Charleston, South Carolina in 2005.
His work is used in United States and foreign college biology textbooks, Dimensions of Life, in the Missouri State Traveling Wildlife Exhibit, in the United States Government Services Administration magazine, MarketTips, in Washington, D.C., and South Carolina’s Low Country magazine.
His work is currently part of the Piedmont Wildlife Rehabilitation Center and the U.S. Army Special Operations Warrior Foundation, “The History of Airborne”, to raise funds for the education of children of fallen soldiers. He has also been recognized by the Aldo Leopold Foundation of Wisconsin, which honored his work on their monument dedication as well as their related publications
Thomas A. Bennett, Artist Naturalist