Examine the details, colors, the expressions and movements of the animals that pen-and-ink artist Sherry Steele portrays, and it’s hard to believe she is self-taught. Although her talent for sketching was evident as early Continue reading Sherry Steele Details In Pen-And-Ink
It takes one to know one, as they say, and that certainly comes into play when looking at the wildlife art of Cynthie Fisher. An avid hunter, she not only searches out deer, antelope and elk to fill the freezer, but also enjoys an annual African hunt Continue reading The Wildlife Works of Cynthie Fisher: Where Science and Art Collide
Sculptor Sam Soet had a degree in fine arts from Ball State University under his belt along with an apprenticeship in wood sculpture Continue reading Wood Sculptor Sam Soet Finds His Niche In Wildlife Art
I was talking with Ivan Carter the other day, not solely about dangerous animals, but the kind of adrenalin-pumping animal art he enjoys seeing on the wall. That’s when the legendary hunter, guide and anti-poaching activist from southern Africa shared this observation about a painter well-known to readers here.