“My passion for nature’s beauty, chaos and wonder has lead me to create images that bring to life the spirit of what I see in quiet places, and try to make you feel the awe and the Essence of its Beauty. Life is a miracle – enjoy it, experience it and share it!”
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My love for wildlife has brought two main focuses to my work, detailed graphite work and artistic cartography mixed media work. Artistic Cartography allows me to bring the species of wildlife and it's habitat together in a single piece of art. My goal is to assist conservation groups in their effort to save endangered species while preserving their habitat.
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One of the best ways we artists have of giving back to the world that inspires us is to donate our artwork and our time. I hope that my paintings have and will continue to raise awareness of the important conservation work we all need to do.
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Capturing and communicating the stories of vulnerable species, places and individuals through the beauty of art.
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"I am intrigued by the fleeting balance between strength and fragility in nature. Drawing inspiration from the natural environment I bear witness to the beauty, interdependence, and sanctity of all creation. I seek to share this glory with viewers so that they may also pause and reflect, and feel as if they are here, in the moment.”
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Suzanne Barrett Justis
The artist Gustave Courbet once said, "the beautiful is in nature and it is encountered under most diverse forms of reality. Once it is found, it belongs to art, or rather to the artist who discovers it." I have always been enraptured by the natural world and strive to recreate what moves and excites me with my art. I have always been captivated by animals and the many " diverse forms of reality" nature holds. As a kid, I was always drawing something, be it the maple tree in the backyard, our...
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One of the best meditation is to observe the nature around you.
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Welcome to Serena Bates Sculpture. Stories are what define my work, what drive my vision, what inspire my hands...my life.
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Birds connect us to the rhythms of nature. They help us understand the changing seasons by their comings and goings. They soar above us and around us and live amongst us in our backyards. They teach us about our landscape and even define it. We learn about beauty, grace, persistence, resilience, hope and ourselves when we take notice of the rhythm of the birds. I am personally renewed daily by my experiences observing birds. I hope you can feel my passion for these beautiful creatures with...
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In all its forms and styles, the great challenge in Japanese painting consists in rendering the essence of the chosen subject, be it an animal, a tree or a flower. The result is a more intimate and subjective form of art.
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Animals have a right to a place in the world. We as human make up just a small part of the world. Everything is connected and once different species of animals disappear then more and more will follow. Animals do not have a voice, and as an artist I wanted to try and give them a voice through my art. Artists through centuries have been the observers in a society. Art can make a difference, get people thinking, seeing and hopefully changing ways so that animals can keep and improve their...
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The natural world is an amazing thing. From the humble bee and its role in pollination, to the fact that every time an African elephant takes a step, it creates a home for other animals, as its footprint fills with water. Every living thing has a purpose, it exists for a reason, has a role to play and contributes in some way to making the world a beautiful place … unfortunately with one exception – modern man. By painting wildlife and nature, it’s as if I become a part of that beautiful world,...
Civilizationignoring the elegies ofEarth.*** Wandering birdsfrom north to south and back,season after seasonmillions of milesno fuelno flagno religion andno borders.Caressing the planetfeathers of fraternity.***If only, if onlyI had the wings of a birdI might from a green tree-topsee peace.
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Carel Brest van Kempen
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My work is focused on the bits and pieces of nature that define place and time. Each piece is a glimpse of one of those special moments when nature speaks to us.
Nature is our best, free teacher. We can become more aware of how much nature truly enriches our lives by simply observing its perfection and intricacies.
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I can’t imagine doing a painting without an animal or bird of some sort. It has been a constant theme in my art, and it is foremost in my mind when I start a new painting. Since I can’t commandeer Noah’s Ark, I can love animals by painting them; leaving a legacy of their existence and hopefully bringing to the viewer the same joy that I experience painting them.
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I like to explore the interface of human and animal worlds. My art mostly depicts birds but it is the design, use of colours and emotions a painting conveys rather than its accuracy, that is most interesting. All or some of the proceeds from my art is directed to the Pacific WildLife Foundation to assist with my research and conservation of the ocean, and to AFC for their great support of artists.
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One can only stand in awe when witnessing the myriad of natural surroundings and wildlife that abound our precious planet. The Supreme Intelligence that orchestrates the life force responsible for every natural movement is remarkable to say the least, and commands our undivided reverence. Nature's harmonic rythym resonates in each and every one of us. Without it, we are incomplete. With it, we move together in time - as One.
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My media varies from acrylics and watercolors to oils and intaglio prints. My style varies from realistic to loose and airy impressionism depending on what best portrays the subject and its environment. My inspiration is first-hand observation in the environment, then study specimens, and finally reference photos. My goal is to capture the essence of the animal's movement, habits and cycle of life.
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Exploring and describing the magical wonders of Africa are processes that have absorbed me into a thrilling cycle of challenges, accomplishments and further challenges that continually fortify my confidence to paint. This is a journey that I know will lead me towards many new subjects, but my lifelong African experience is so far still proving that around every corner there is a heart stopping new encounter. In my paintings I always attempt to do more than just open a window on a visual...
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I like to share with others the beauty and inspiration that nature brings though its creatures and their surroundings.
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