Heather Dieter Bartmann
Heather was born in England in 1945 and grew up in, then rural, Naperville,
Heather Bartmann directs her painting skills to the birds of
choosing the less spectacular, seldom painted species, she captures bits of their day to day lives, private moments often unseen by the casual passerby.
Her attention to detail, composition and design result in a piece of work that has an easily recognized and profound sensitivity for her subjects.
July/August 1992 - Feature article Wildlife Art News
April 1990 - Feature article in Southwest Art Magazine.
October/November 1983 - Feature article in National Wildlife Magazine.
Selected for “Colorado Gold; A Cache of Animal Artists” Exhibition at the Wildlife Experience in Parker, Colorado 2007, 2009.
Selected for "American Birds: A Flight Through Time" Exhibition at the
Wildlife Experience in
Selected for the "Rocky Mountain Plein Air Painters - Estes Park 2004" Third Annual National Plein Air Event and Exhibition.
Selected for the "Rocky Mountain Plein Air Painters - Painting the Parks -
Selected for the 2003 Colorado Governor's Invitational Show at the
Her painting "Early Arrivals" was acquired by the
Selected for the 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1987, 1988,
1989, 1990 and 1991
Selected for the 1983, 1987, 1988 and 1990
Awarded "Best in Show" at the 1981 Wildfowl Exposition sponsored by the
Women's Committee of the
Selected for the 1982 world tour of bird art sponsored by Gulf Oil
Corporation, showing at the
Selected for the 1982 Society of Animal Artists Annual Exhibition,
Selected for the 1980 "Birds" exhibition at the National Collection of Fine
Arts, Smithsonian Institution,
Awarded "Best of Show" at the National Wildlife Federation's first annual "Wildlife in Art" show.
Featured artist at the
Member of the Society of Animal Artists