THE CROW SHOW 2020 is the sixth annual exhibition of visual art running from March 6 – 28, 2020 produced by The Studio Door.

An artist reception is scheduled for March 7th, 2020 at 6 – 9 PM.

Congratulations to our three artists who have been selected as Best in Show:
Konrad Carter (Palm Springs) for Crows
James M Clow (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan) for Yellowstone
James Evanson (Sante Fe) for Ribbon Raven

Having taken on mythological importance, Crows appear in all parts of the world.  In folklore, they may foreshadow tragedy or usher in good news.  The reality is a highly intelligent bird capable of social interactions.  In recent years, the crow has become a muse to many artists.  This annual exhibition seeks to represent the many faces of the Crow in reality and fantasy.

Online Gallery Slideshow

The Studio Door recognizes that there is limited wall space for exhibitions. To meet this challenge and recognize all works of excellence, an online gallery is included within the official juried exhibition. Artwork is available for sale. If you have an interest, please e-mail us at or call the gallery at 619-255-2867 and we can assist you with the transaction.

2020 Juror

Judy Gradwohl, President and CEO of The NAT • San Diego Natural History Museum

As president and CEO of the San Diego Natural History Museum (The Nat), Judy is responsible for leading the organization’s strategic vision and ensuring the Museum preserves and protects the amazing place we call home.

Founded in 1874 by a small group of naturalists, The Nat is the second oldest scientific institution in California and a flagship museum in Balboa Park. In addition to innovative exhibitions and educational programs the Museum houses a collection of over 8 million research specimens, and conducts scientific research throughout Southern California and the Baja California Peninsula.

Before joining The Nat in 2016, Judy enjoyed over 30 years in various positions at the Smithsonian Institution, most recently as associate director for education and public engagement at the National Museum of American History.

A native Californian and a bird lover at heart, Judy’s passion for the environment prompted her to pursue Zoology degrees at UC Berkeley. She conducted research on tropical forest birds at the Smithsonian’s Tropical Research Institute in Panama, solidifying her interest in ornithology.

2020 Exhibition Catalog

Flip thorough this year’s exhibition catalog online by visiting Issuu:

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