Dennis Anderson, a native of Seattle, Washington, attended the Santa
Barbara City College and the Art Center College of Design, of Pasadena,
both in California. He has
worked as an illustrator for the Department of Defense, as a scientific
illustrator for the
University of California, as a
designer for Hallmark
Kansas City, and as a freelance
illustrator. He has been a
fine artist since 1973.
American Wildlife Show, Oklahoma City, Ok; Nature Conservancy, Ft.
Collins, CO; Museum of the Rockies, Bozeman, Mt; Allied Artists, New York,
NY; Game Conservation International, San Antonio, TX; Safari Club
International, Reno, NV; Wildlife World Museum, Las Vegas, NV; California
Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, CA; National Academy Of Western Art,
Oklahoma City, OK; Society of American Impressionists, St. Louis, MO;
society of Animal Artists, New York, NY; High Plains Sculpture Show,
Loveland, CO; National Wilderness Foundation, Ft. Collins, CO; Society of
Illustrators, New York, NY; Lee Yawkey Woodson Museum, Wausau, WI; Cumming
Nature Center of the Rochester Museum and Science Center, Naples, NY;
Lakeview Museum of Arts and Sciences, Peoria, IL; Cincinnati Museum of
Natural History, Cincinnati, OH; R.W. Norton Museum, Shreveport, LA;
Cumberland Museum and Science Center, Nashville, TN; Springfield Science
Museum, Springfield, MA; Anniston Museum of Natural History, Anniston, AL;
Milwaukee Public Museum, Milwaukee, WI; Prix de West Invitational,
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Museum of Natural History.
Park Sculpture Center, Loveland, CO; Topeka Zoo, Topeka, KS; Tulsa Zoo,
Tulsa, OK; Oklahoma City Zoo, Oklahoma City, OK; Springfield Zoo,
Springfield, MO; Detroit Zoo, Detroit, MI.
Medal for Sculpture, National Academy Of Western Art, National Cowboy Hall
of Fame, Oklahoma City, OK; Awards of Merit for Sculpture, Society of
Animal Artists, New York, NY; Bronze Medal for Painting National Academy
of Western Art, National Cowboy Hall of Fame, Oklahoma City, OK; Award of
Merit for Illustration, Kansas City Art Directors Club, Kansas City, MO;
Silver Medal for Sculpture, National Academy of Western Art, National
Cowboy Hall of Fame, Oklahoma City, OK.
Afield, The Saturday Evening Post, Readers Digest, Illustrators’ Annual,
Literary Guild Magazine, Golden Books, Abingdon Press, Holt Rinehart,
Western Art Digest, Sporting Classics, Artists of the Rockies, Southwest
Art, Hallmark Books, Persimmon Hill, Lowell Press, Child Life, Young
World, Jack and Jill, Cosmopolitan, listed
in Who’s Who in Western Art
and Artists of the West.