NEVADA MUSEUM OF ART
November 9, 2019-February 16, 2020
Fred W. Smith Penthouse
Nightingale Sky Room | Stacie Mathewson Sky Plaza
at the Nevada Museum of Art
Wednesday, January 15, 2020
THE WITTE MUSEUM
April 4, 2020 through July 2020
Premier Dinner: TBD
The Nevada Museum of Art will organize an exhibition titled King of Beasts: A Study of the African Lion, featuring paintings by esteemed wildlife painter John Banovich, alongside historical artworks dating from the 15th through 20th centuries by internationally renowned artists such as Delacroix, Dürer, Friese, Kuhnert, Rembrandt and Stubbs, all focused on depicting the extraordinary African Lion.
JOHN BANOVICH EXHIBITING AT DALLAS SAFARI CLUB CONVENTION 2019
January 17-20, 2019 - BOOTH #2315, 2515
John Banovich is a longtime donor and supporter of the Dallas Safari Club, and is a “Partner in Conservation” with DSC to help generate funding for and awareness of conservation needs in wild places around the world. DSC is a major contributor to BWF and host of an annual expo providing Banovich with a premier venue for exhibiting art to the public and together spreading the message of conservation. Through promotion, the artist has helped expand the DSC brand and event traffic for one of the world’s largest outdoor sporting conventions.
The Banovich exhibition will showcase the 2019 collection of John Banovich originals and newly released limited edition giclee canvases as well as original works by sculptor Mick Doellinger, photographer Riccardo Tosi and luxury lifestyle decor with a social purpose by Ankole Designs.
The new original oil painting "Mbogo II", oil on belgian linen, 20 x 38 in, $39,000 will be available for sale during the live auction event.
JOHN BANOVICH EXHIBITING AT SAFARI CLUB INTERNATIONAL, RENO, NEVADA
JANUARY 09 – JANUARY 12, 2019
Booth #1223 & 1323
John Banovich is a long time donor and supporter of Safari Club International and the Safari Club International Foundation as well as a past recipient of the CJ McElroy Award. He is a board member of the Craighead Institute and an advisory board member to the Safari Club International Foundation. Banovich is best known for painting bold and dramatic scenes of iconic wildlife and nature in its most essential form, and has achieved extraordinary popularity among art collectors and sportsmen across the globe. Through his own conservation work with the Banovich Wildscapes Foundation, and through his visual narratives, the artist has brought the plight of wildlife and wild places to the attention of an international audience.
The Banovich Exhibition will showcase the 2019 collection of John Banovich originals and newly released limited edition giclee canvases as well as original works by sculptor Stefan Savides, photographer Riccardo Tosi and luxury lifestyle decor with a social purpose by Ankole Designs.
The new original oil painting "Lone Survivor", oil on belgian linen, 18 x 24 in, $25,000 will be available for sale during the Safari Club International Donation live auction event on Saturday, January 12, 2019.