Baird Creek Jubilation Art Prints
In early 2020, a local artist, Christine Style, began working on an original art piece titled “Baird Creek Jubilation”. The art project was funded by a Canary Fund grant, submitted by BCPF member Deb Hutchison. The purpose of the project was to highlight the mission of the Foundation and what it does for environmental education, trail maintenance and habitat restoration.
Deb word’s: “As someone who has spent countless hours in the Baird Creek Greenway with my family, I am now volunteering my time to help the Baird Creek Preservation Foundation create an awareness campaign to increase their presence in the community. As the organization that maintains the miles of trails, restores the habitat, and provides the environmental education to area students, it is imperative that members of the community know of the importance of this organization’s work. I have brought together a local artist to create a woodcut piece of art that depicts the flora and fauna found in the Greenway that will be used as a promotional piece to bring awareness to the Foundation…”
This piece will be sold to raise funds to continue the mission of the Foundation, as well as positioned in various locations in the greater Green Bay area to draw attention to the Foundation and its work.
FOR A LIMITED TIME…you can purchase one of the original 30 art pieces created by Christine Style. When the original woodcut art prints are gone, they’re gone. Funds from the prints will be used to support the Foundation’s projects and programs in the Greenway.
“Jubilation” in progress…
Black & White Art Print
- size: 16″x22″
Color Art Print
- size: 16″x22″