More about Victoria Parsons
As far back as I can remember I have always had the same two interests, wildlife and art. I loved the outdoors growing up and in my free time I was either out fishing, searching for turtles and snakes or I was painting.
More about Matt Patterson
More about Patricia Pepin
Observing birds and their habits is a way to discover more about their nature – the motions a Sandhill Crane makes during preening, the way a Golden Eagle walks along the ground. Each of these actions means something for the bird and it is these behaviors and their meanings that I want to convey to the viewer.
More about Anne Peyton
I like spending as much time as possible out of doors hiking and biking and taking in the scenery. My art is influenced from my time spent watching and studying those things which I encounter when taking on one of my outdoor adventures.
More about Betsy Popp
More about Ji Qiu
I like to capture the beauty of nature and share it with everyone
More about Luke Raffin
"Nature is naturally inspiring. It is medicine for the soul. Nature is part of each of us whether we embrace it or not. As a wildlife artist, my goal is to touch a part of the soul that only nature can achieve. Something real, something organic and something that touches the heart."
More about Jerry Ragg
Werner Rentsch frequently travels to East Africa and his most recent paintings focus on wildlife from that area.
More about Werner Rentsch
Andrea Rich is an internationally known wildlife printmaker living and working in Santa Cruz California. Her images of birds, mammals, and other wildlife are wonderfully detailed and skillfully rendered. Her subjects are depicted in their natural environments, and composed in a manner that expresses the character and personality of the species she chooses to portray. Rich has traveled extensively in Europe, Africa, Canada, Australia, and the United States.
More about Andrea Rich
My style has been described as hard-edged yet soft, sensitive yet powerful. I think this is possible because of the position I have chosen along the scale between abstraction and realism. The essense and spirit of the aninmal is captured in the forms, but it is the abstraction of those forms which creates the art.
More about - Rosetta
Len Rusin's inspiration to paint nature developed while backpacking through several northeastern states, Florida, Canada and Alaska. Using his field notes, sketches and photographs during these excursions he captures the feeling of being a part of nature.
More about Len Rusin