Christopher Cudworth

Christopher Cudworth has produced more than 1000 commissioned works in his career. As a painter Christopher works in acrylic and watercolor. He also produces works in pastel, scratchboard and pencil. A proficient designer, Christopher has earned national awards including the Cream of the Crop Award for top poster designs from Runner's World Magazine. He has also published limited editions and fine art posters. Educated at Luther College in Decorah, Iowa, where he majored in Fine Art with an emphasis in English and Biology, Christopher also studied at the Cornell University Laboratory of Ornithology where he curated the entire collection of bird art at Sapsucker Woods. The internship was an expression of Christopher's early concentration on bird art, with Louis Agassiz Fuertes, George Miksch Sutton and Don Richard Eckleberry forming some of his early influences. With time and maturity, Christopher has integrated his bird and wildlife paintings with an increasing emphasis on landscape and particularly plein air paintings. His work has been featured in the Brookfield Zoological Society's 'Animals in Art' exhibition, the Midwest Birding Exposition and numerous group and solo shows. He is a member of the Morton Arboretum (Lisle, IL) Nature Artist Guild and hosts a nature blog at where his writing and photography are also featured. Christopher is also designer of the International Birding Symbol, a fundraising tool for bird conservation.
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