The Downtown Henderson Project announces the release and offering of the newest Audubon Collectible, the “American White Pelican,” which joins the “Great Blue Heron” and “Wild Turkey Cock” in the Audubon Collectibles Series in 2010 for the celebration of the 200th anniversary of John James Audubon’s landing in Henderson, KY.
The exquisitely detailed resin pieces are based on John James Audubon’s painting “American White Pelican”/Plate311, “Great Blue Heron”/Plate 211 and “Wild Turkey Cock”/Plate 1. The miniatures measure approximately 3 1/2″ x 3″ and are designed from the life size sculptures in downtown Henderson. These are the first three pieces to be offered in the series of the Audubon Collectibles.
The collectibles project, chaired by Chris Woehler, is proud of our partnership with Jose Serra, President of Serra Designs for creating the Audubon collectible and Patrick Reed, Chief Executive Director of the Hugh Edward Sandefur Training Center from Henderson for making this project a reality.
Audubon lived and worked in Henderson from 1810 to 1819. The City of Henderson is proud to be recognized as “The Kentucky Home of John James Audubon.”
To procure your own collectible come by the Downtown Henderson Project office at 131 N Main in or phone our office at 270.827.0016 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.