I am inspired when I see organisms in their natural habitat, as they have been for millions of years. I strive to capture the essence of this inspiration.
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I believe the human mammal has found it increasingly more difficult to move away from our fast evolving & more technological ‘world’, where the environment is badly damaged in our thirst for knowledge, and is neglected to the point of justification & denial. What I strive to do in my portrayal of Nature, is to bring the onlooker into the subject's world using basic human instincts such as pity, without being sentimental, whilst at the same time illustrating a little of the fascinating...
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"My desire is to humbly reflect the works of God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit and His providence throughout all creation. To God be the Glory! " ~ Kelly Dodge
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I work in oil paint, which I love for their soft and luminescent qualities. By getting hands on with animals in my vet work I can study not only their appearance and anatomy but also the way they feel - from the velvety coat of a Margay to the hard wrinkles of a Rhino. I want to portray those textures as accurately I can, so that I can share my experiences with viewers of my artworks - and bring the wild right to your home.
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Every day it seems, we turn on our media and see pain and strife and ugliness. But that is not the world which we were given. The world we were given is actually extraordinarily ordered and beautiful. My job as an artist is to continually help illuminate that. Every painting I do is defined by that overarching objective. I consider my work to be nothing more than a simple depiction and celebration of the miracles that surround us every day.
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The underlying purpose of creating has to do with why certain objects inspire attention in the first place, or how they might be used to express a concept. The greater connection between object and idea, the more insightful the work will be, the more truth it will reveal, and not just about the thing painted but about the artist as well. It is all about thinking and feeling.
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Kathleen E. Dunn
When my mind's eye reflects on the natural world, the shape it most often takes is that of a bird. KED
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I'm happiest when I'm outdoors - my best days are when I grab the easel and the dogs and head out to paint. The natural world offers constantly-changing inspiration, and I feel so fortunate to spend my days surrounded by the beauty of nature. Visit my website at www.kathleendunphy.com to view a larger selection of my artwork.
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As an artist for conservation, I am always delighted and humbled by the stories I find in nature. My goal is to share those stories with a wider audience. When we fall in love with something, we are more likely to take action to protect it. Art, whether creating it or appreciating it, is a powerful way to do that!
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Agnieszka (Aga) Elliott
“Only when the last of the animals horns, tusks, skin and bones have been sold, will mankind realize that money can never buy back our wildlife." - Paul Oxton
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There is a spiritual sense of belonging for me when I am out in Nature. With a childlike excitement, I am awed and inspired by our planet. Paintings are my way of sharing its beauty. As an artist I will leave a body of work that represents my lifelong passion and respect for our environment. I believe there will come a day when the only places we will be allowed a glimpse of true nature will be in the parks and preserves we set aside today. My 39-acre residence in North Carolina is slated to...
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As an artist I seek to create an emotional response that captures the viewer’s attention and transports them into the painting. My work is representational and therefore the choice of subject is always a key consideration. The artistic challenge is in combining form, colour, composition and subject in a way that makes it all work seamlessly. I strive to blend a number of elusive elements in just the right proportions and fuse these to create a memorable image on canvas. I pursued my passion for...
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"The most exciting moment for me is when a painting comes to life! I desire for life, light & peace to fill all of my work, and that it will awaken within the viewer a sense of peacefulness, serenity and refreshment. "
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"I have spent my life studying all manner of wildlife, and continue to strive to portray many different species in 8 different mediums. I hope to inspire and educate the viewer about the wide variety and perilous situation of animals we share our planet with."
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Garry Fleming is one of the world's most published wildlife artist's, with more than 150 book titles published in over 60 languages. He has multiple awards to his name including the RAS birds and wildflowers art prize 3 times, and both Wilderness and Zoological awards for wildlife art excellence. Garry describes his work as phot or hyperrealism. He works in water based oils on canvas and board.
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Since ancient times man has used art to tell stories and document history. My work follows in this tradition with a commentary around global climate change. Often using wildlife to create a point of view, the paintings depict the results of the human impact upon nature. Embedded with a unique visual language of intricate and subliminal patterns, the work bridges the literal and the imaginative. spencerfrazer.com
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