Thursday, January 12, 2012


Berkeley Sculptor Aimee Baldwin's 'Vegan Taxidermy'

Although what Baldwin creates isn't technically taxidermy, it is vegan because her creations - shorebirds, corvids, owls, raptors and extinct birds, as well as plants - are made entirely without animal parts. Instead, she uses crepe paper, glue, found objects and wire in the meticulous creation of birds so lifelike, they look poised to hop off their perches and flutter away.

Any notions associated with the term 'vegan' aside, Baldwin's birds are both incredibly realistic and breathtakingly gorgeous, and you can really see the love and care she puts into them. I also love to see someone so talented making a living doing what they love.

To see more of Aimee Baldwin's work, check out her website or her Etsy site.

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February 7, 2012 at 5:36:00 AM PST  
Blogger Ilana DeBare said...

Aimee will be showing and auctioning a number of her sculptures on Thursday May 10th, as a benefit for Golden Gate Audubon Society.

You're invited to come if you live in the Bay Area. It's part of GGAS' annual Birdathon dinner. The dinner is $35, but if you just want to come to the exhibit, it's free.

At the Brazilian Room in Tilden Park, 6 to 9 pm. Please RSVP if you're able to come to lowensvi (at)

May 3, 2012 at 11:15:00 AM PDT  

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