Enter for a chance to win Ikki Matsumoto's "Six Dolphins"!
The SCCF “Ding” Darling Brush of Excellence Environmental Art Program, initiated in 2015, provides a continuing tribute to J.N. “Ding” Darling’s legacy and an annually renewing recognition of environmental artists following in Darling’s footsteps. SCCF is deeply committed to honoring and keeping alive Darling’s memory as they find new and innovative ways to carry on his legacy. The SCCF “Ding” Darling Brush of Excellence Environmental Art Program is an important way to fulfill that commitment.
The drawing will take place at SCCF's Nature Center on April 22nd. You do not need to be present to win.
Multiple tickets can be purchased at the SCCF Nature Center or through multiple online transactions.
Tickets sales end at Noon on Friday, April 19th.
Ikki Matsumoto’s whimsical illustrations captured the spirit of Sanibel and Captiva. His sense of humor infused his art but never overwhelmed his respect for the wildlife he painted. The lines in his work are wonderfully fluid, and every bird, every dolphin had that extra “touch” that just brought a smile to people. Ikki simplified SCCF founding Trustee Ann Winterbotham’s original drawing of the SCCF logo pelican and island — and his logo image is still in use today.