The world's population is prone to tribal and idealogical violence, but we must find a way to rise above this and find our shared humanity. Only if we work together can we avoid the collapse of our oceans, beginning with our imperiled coral reefs which provide essential nursery habitat for fish which provide life-sustaining food for one billion of Earth's human inhabitants. Nansi and I paint the coral reefs in hopes of sending this message to a broader audience.
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He who works with his hands is a Laborer. He who works with his hands and his head is a Craftsman. He who works with his hands and his head and his heart is an Artist. - Saint Francis of Assisi -
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I have been painting and drawing ever since I could hold a pencil. For me, art is like breathing. I can't imagine doing anything else!
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I see art as a collaboration with nature. Together we create the real and sublime in one, providing a return from hectic and stress, from consumption and chaos, to meditative simplicity. I paint scenes of natural moments to wake up, to calm and to bring a sense of peace. My paintings reflect a deep respect for nature and the wildlife that depend on its' integrity.
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I find nature to be an unlimited source of inspiration. Painting an animal for me it's a way to understand its anatomy, behavior and evolutionary history while having fun!
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Peter Gray is a multi-award winning artist. He was born in Zimbabwe in 1950 and sold his first artwork when he was 12 years old. Living near the Hwange National Park and a stone’s throw from the Matobo Hills National Park, Peter grew up with a passion for these wilderness areas that became the nurturing ground for his career as an artist.
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I am in constant awe of the natural world and the beauty that surrounds me. I am drawn to raw areas that have been preserved from excessive development. I am at peace in the untamed wilderness. I am inspired by the life force that connects all things. I travel consistently to fuel my desire to create. My subjects present themselves to me and I am captivated by their essence and compelled to share the intimate experience. My work is the result of 28 years of commitment to observation of my...
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Watching wild animals in their natural environment and walking in wild landscapes offers us moments of deep joy, peace and the feeling that things seem to be right. Wildlife artists, biologists and paleontologists are sure that a great range of species diversity is the sign of a rich and healthy planet Earth.
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From the time I was a little girl I always wanted to create art. My art is inspired by my love and passion of wildlife and animals. The Animals speak to me in a very special way and because of that I try to help them speak to you through my art. I strive to portray the velvet touch of their fur, the sound of their roar or the plight they are living to simply exist. My animal art is created by applying several layers of colored pencil on suede mat board or a sanded surface. Each creation can...
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My main concern is saltwater game fishes but I also love other species and their habitat in both freshwater and saltwater. I’m interested in the relation from mountain forests to the ocean, the relation between human activities and the nature.
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Creativity is intelligence having fun. (Albert Einstein). This has become my only aim in my art. I want to ignite my imagination and go beyond observation and analysis. This is my journey!
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I feel humans have a stewardship to protect this beautiful planet that gives us so very much – physically, emotionally and spiritually.
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Being outside in nature is everything to me! In my paintings, I attempt to capture the essence of nature without copying it exactly. I want to get past the obvious -- to the essence of why many of us find being outside in nature soothing to our souls. Whether this is conveying the power behind a falcon’s gaze or the wonder of the vast number and variety of creatures that live in a tide pool, I hope to capture something that will inspire viewers to connect more deeply with the natural world...
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My overriding passion is form.Working in all media to create art that has fluidity and purity of line. I am fascinated by primitive visceral interpretations of the natural world and man’s relationship with nature in the modern day. My influences from ancient civilization have led me to abstract and invent new ideas that include the viewer on subjects of vulnerability, freedom and relationships. Through new discoveries of artistic methods, I have begun working in materials such as copper and...
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Nature. The Natural World. Everything before man came and covered with concrete and steel. I am truly alive in the natural world, the jungle, the mountains, the forests, the places where all our millions of different species thrive. This is the world I strive to live in and use my art to illuminate and share with the many people of the world who revere this natural animal world the way I do. I create with paint, ink, graphite, sculpture, collage, anything not nailed down, to bring an...
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The inspiration for creating my artworks are the finest details, summed up in the overall beauty of nature. It is my aim to capture that feeling of perfection and the natural spirit in my paintings.
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“There is nothing more rewarding than to finish a work and to be able say that it captures that moment in time that was unique in the natural world and that onlookers will observe for the feeling or emotion of the work as well as its correctness. Finding a passion in your life as I have done with wildlife art and pursuing it creates a great deal of confidence in one’s ability and a great sense of fulfillment. I have a great desire to contribute to the long-term preservation of our unique...
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Historical natural history art has always been my inspiration, because I find joy in the natural world and revel in minute differences that separate one creature from the next.
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Wildlife, and animals as a whole, represent what we often overlook. The beauty and strength of evolution. Capturing emotions through pastels or charcoal is a way to communicate the importance of these dynamic creatures.
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