WILDLIFE
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"If I ever have a conflict between Art and Nature, I let Art win. "
-Robert Bateman
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WILDLIFE
  When I first started painting full time my interest was in large Western Wildlife like Grizzly Bears and Elk, because that's a subject I found exotic and interesting.  I was doing a lot of traveling through Montana and Wyoming, Yellowstone National Park and the Boulder River area. I was trying to find a way to fit within the Western Wildlife Art scene, but my heart was in the East.  My heart was in the tidal marshes of Coastal New England and the shore birds that inhabit them, Great Egrets, Snowy Owls, Great Blue Herons, Ducks, Falcons and Hawks.  It's important to paint what you love, as those will always be your best works.  
To me, Birds, are the most fascinating subject, that's because, we, as humans can swim, run, walk and climb, but we can't fly.    

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