An Abundance of Riches: Artist talk by Andrea Rich

Join artist Andrea Rich, whose woodcuts are currently featured in the exhibition An Abundance of Riches: Woodcuts of Andrea Rich, on view now at the Roger Tory Peterson Institute. Rich will talk about finding inspiration in nature, give a virtual studio tour, and demonstrate her woodcut printing process.

Originally from Racine, Wisconsin, Rich graduated from the University of Wisconsin, Whitewater with a degree in art education. In 1979, she married Donald Rich and settled in Santa Cruz, New Mexico, to raise their daughter Lily.  Rich volunteered with the Native Animal Rescue and gave talks and workshops through the Natural History Museum and the Cultural Council of Santa Cruz County.

Rich has exhibited widely across the United States and in several European countries and Canada. Her work is included in many private and public collections, and she has won international acclaim and awards for her art. Rich is a member of Artists for Nature Foundation, the Society of Animal Artists, Artists for Conservation, and the California Society of Printmakers.

An Abundance of Riches: Woodcuts of Andrea Rich ( was organized by the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Museum in Wausau, Wisconsin.

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