| Linda Besse|
Using nature's own artistry, Linda works to capture that intricate beauty in her original oil paintings. Linda has researched the animal kingdom in over two dozen countries and her impressive list of collectors spans Europe, Asia, and North America.
25x36 ins. oil on canvas, $13,200
| Andrew Bone|
One of the finest painters of African wildlife, Andrew Bone is a native of Zimbabwe. He finds his subjects in the Zambezi Valley, the great east-west natural corridor that is still one of the greatest game ranges on earth. Andrew's highly expressive oils embody his desire to help preserve wild Africa.
| Melinda Brewer|
Native Pool 11x15 ins. watercolor, $1,600 C. D. Clarke
| C.D. Clarke |
C.D.Clarke lives on the salt marshes of the Eastern Shore of Maryland and travels the world to paint hunting and fishing scenes in watercolors and oils. As an illustrator, he is in high demand by outdoor magazines because he lives the life he paints; as an artist he is renowned because his work expresses such an individualistic viewpoint.
| Cole Johnson|
Cole Johnson captures the spiritual beauty of the natural world in realistic and meticulous detail utilizing the medium of graphite and pencil.
| Elhew's Fibber McGee |
(Not for Sale)
Goldeneyes 5x7 ins. Etching $395 Neil Rizos
| Neil Rizos|
"I vividly recall the bright, windy days of my early childhood on the seashore...digging clay out of the bluff, shaping it into gulls and fish and leaving them to dry on overturned dinghies pulled up on the beach."
| Bernard Scott|
| Lindsay Scott|
| Rachelle Siegrist|
Rachelle Siegrist uses her paintings to draw individuals intimately close to the beauty of wildlife in their world. Her passion for conservation stems from an inability to conceive of life without wildlife.
2x4 ins. watercolor $795 Species: Raven
Lil' Black Belly 2x4 ins. watercolor $595
| Wes Siegrist|
The best part of being a wildlife artist is when I leave behind the hassles of framing, pricing and color choices to step into the serenity of the wilderness. The sounds, scents and play of light in the forest are ever cascading waves of inspiration begging reflection in my work
| Joan Sharrock|
Specializing in African subjects, big cats and parrots the British born Canadian artist lives in Vancouver and has travelled extensively researching her subject matter.
oil on linen,
| Sharon Stolzenberger|
Sharon graduated from the Dayton Art Institute and began her career in art with the Gibson Greeting Card Company where she was an illustrator, then art director. Sharon's sensitive watercolors exemplify a passion for both subject and medium.