Wildlife

"Bon Apetit"

bear with salmon

 

30 x 30

oil on canvas

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"Wolf Creek"

3 Artic Wolves, Kalispell, Montana

 

30 x 40

oil on canvas

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“Shallow Water”

 

16 x 20

acrylic

"Salmon Run"

 

36 x 36

acrylic

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sold

acrylic on canvas

16 x 20

 

acrylic on canvas

20 x 30

 

"Buck"

 

acrylic

8 x 10

 

"Polar Bear"

 

acrylic

8 x 10

 

"Buffalo"

 

acrylic

11 x 14

 

sold

 

"Rules of Engagement"

Diptych

24 x 24 each

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"Salmon Fishing"

 

acrylic

24 x 36

 

"Simply Irresistible"

 

 

acrylic on canvas

16 x 20

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"Lone Howl"

 

 

acrylic on canvas

28 x 17.5

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"Social Order"

 

acrylic on canvas

 

"Morning Glory"

 

acrylic on canvas

24 x 30

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"Butterfly Kisses"

 

acrylic on canvas

20 x 24
(unframed)

25 x 29
(framed)

 

"Trumpeter Swans"

 

acrylic on canvas

20 x 24

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"Sleeping Giant"

 

acrylic on canvas

24 x 36
(unframed)

30 x 42
(framed)

 

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"Secret Rendezvous"

 

acrylic on canvas

34 x 36
(unframed)

40 x 42
(framed)

 

"White Tail Stag"

 

acrylic

12 x 9 1/2
(unframed)

17 x 14 1/2
(framed)

 

"Monarch of the Plains"

 

acrylic on canvas

 

8 x 10

framed

 

"Iceman"

 

acrylic on canvas

 

30 x 30

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"Canadian Caribou"

 

watercolor / gouache

25 x 35

framed

 

sold

The Canadian countryside is a beautiful area where huge numbers of caribou can freely roam.  At times, the red and purple foliage can be so intense, it's hard to believe it exists before the snow begins. I was more interested in the viewer seeing a portrait of this caribou's head and face rather than it's body.  This painting is in the private collection of Ducks Unlimited, Vice President Don Young and his wife, Alex. Originally from Canada, the Youngs and their sons now live in Memphis, Tennessee.

"Elk Country"

 

acrylic on canvas

20 x 24

unframed

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"Fox Hunt"

 

acrylic on canvas

24 x 24

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in artist's private collection

"One of my favorite wildlife artists is Bob Kuhn. The simplicity of his work in knowing exactly how much to show his audience makes him a brilliant painter and draftsman. It was my goal to attempt a rendition of his fox painting through a similar process of values, textures and motion. Such fun to experiment with his style, but alas, he will always be the master."

"Devil Dust"

 

acrylic on canvas

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"What could be said about my attraction to Devil Dust?"

"I suppose I have always been fascinated with the strength and confidence that is projected by the American Buffalo, and your representation is wonderful. Its exudes a sense of independence, and existence without boundaries, the aura of self sufficiency provides a calming influence in this mixed up world. I look at it and wonder where has he been and what is next for this fellow? Just looking at this everyday provides positive energy."

- Christopher Wiltse

"Grizzly"

acrylic on canvas

24 x 30

unframed

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sold

Our professional basketball team is the Memphis Grizzlies, and what a fantastic 2003-2004 season we have had. Winning more games than ever before, our city can quit whispering the "p" word and finally say "PLAYOFF".

"Prince of the Night"

 

oil on canvas

18 x 24 (unframed)

28 x 34 (framed)

Our family has a condo on the Old Waverly golf course in West Point, Mississippi. Wildlife of all kinds freely inhabit and comfortably roam the course and surrounding grounds. Regardless of when we visit, the deer are plentiful and seem to have no problem allowing us to view them. Although the photo of this deer was taken during the day, it was a dramatic night scene that I wanted for the painting.