The Cleveland Museum of Natural History will celebrate the service and creative talent of internationally renowned wildlife artist and Museum taxidermist Larry Isard when the exhibition titled "Animal Expressions: Bronzes by Larry Isard."The museum's tribute to Isard's accomplishments will be on display through March 23.Isard is a resident of Shaker Heights. The exhibition displays approximately 55 sculptures that span Isard's artistic career. His works showcase his knowledge of animal anatomy and his trademark sense of humor. These works include an otter with a fish called "Catch of the Day," three herons dubbed "Triple Trouble" and "Gothic Twilight," a fruit bat peering wide-eyed from its Gothic-arch perch.Isard's body of work has earned him great regard among fans of wildlife art.Museum admission is $9 adults; $7 ages 7 through 18, college students with IDs and seniors 60 years of age or older; $6 children 3 through 6. The Museum is at 1 Wade Oval Drive in University Circle, 15 minutes east of downtown Cleveland. Hours are Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday, noon to 5 p.m. and Wednesday, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.