Wildlife Paintings Michelle considers North American wilderness and wildlife to be one of this planet's most priceless treasures. She is especially interested in the northern regions and does extensive field research throughout, striving not only to create exquisite art but also to capture the individual character of each animal subject in its natural habitat.
Wildlife in their Native Habitat - American West Kenneth Helgren simply enjoys painting the beauty of our natural world. The native wildlife of Texas and the North American landscape are the primary subjects of his paintings, but he also enjoys painting the animals of Africa or historical subjects of the American West for a "change of pace," as he puts it.
Landscape and Wildlife in Oil and Watercolor Gregory I. McHuron is a plein-air painter working in oil and watercolors. He primarily paints wildlife and landscapes through out the United States and Canada. He always wanted to be an artist and began sketching at an early age.
African Wildlife Art, Landscapes and Portraits in Oil and Pastel Having lived and travelled through many countries in Africa, Angela's art opens a door to the continent that takes us on an amazing safari across desert, through jungle and over the open savannah. Her passion for people, landscape and wildlife is captured in her work. Now back in Europe Angela continues her support of wildlife conservation by portraying a wealth of images and memories to canvas and paper.
Pastel on sandpaper I take great delight in using my abilities as an artist to give glory to God, the intelligent designer of our beautiful planet and all flora and fauna inhabiting it. My goal is to reflect to the best of my ability, both the brilliance and beauty of His creation, even if in the smallest and most mundane of creatures.
Rainforest Art Since the first taste of the Amazon and the staggering amount of life that it supports, I have been consumed with trying to document as much as I can of an ecosystem so fragile that it is constantly endangered by man's attempts to exploit it. So here, I give you a little piece of my Jungle. Many of the Animals I've painted are seriously endangered and their futures uncertain
Sporting dogs (Labrador Retrievers), birds of prey and other wildl Larry paints a variety of subject matter, but his popular sporting dog portraits have brought him the acclaim that has earned him commissions in several fields of wildlife art & nature art. He has been National Artist of the Year for Ducks Unlimited (twice), Quail Unlimited, Waterfowl USA and his art hangs in the Smithsonian Institution and has done artwork for The Franklin Mint, and many others.
painter of game fishes in the water Award-winning painter Stanley Meltzoff focusses on the sea. Painting gamefish in the water, his fish paintings have appeared inside and on covers of such publications as National Geographic, Field and Stream and Sports Illustrated.
Wildlife paintings Canadian born, Brenda Carter is an award winning painter of Canada's Natural Heritage. Brenda has spent over 30 years studying and painting in the field. In 1999 she completed 514 field studies of North American birds.
African Wildlife In three decades Simon Combes achieved worldwide success, countless commissions and many prestigious awards—including the Society of Animal Artists' Award of Excellence. He was chosen "Artist of the Year" for the 1994 Pacific Rim Wildlife Art Show. The success of his work has aided Combes as he sought to raise awareness of wildlife conservation. Simon was killed in a tragic accident in December when attacked by a Cape Buffalo. We coninue to honour him as a member of our Group.