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Societies & Organizations:
Society of Animal Artists
The Society of Animal Artists, founded in 1960, is comprised of some 350 painters and sculptors from around the world who specialize in portraying animals. Among its members are wildlife greats Robert Bateman, Carl Brenders, and a host of others, including Andrew Denman, who has been a signature memeber since 2002. Works by Andrew Denman may be viewed in the Society's online gallery.
Artists for Conservation
Since its inception in 1997, the AFC (formerly World Nature Artists Group- WNAG) has been the Internet's most progressive and exclusive group of many of the most talented nature artists in the international art community. Andrew Denman has been a WNAG member since 2004.
Susan Kathleen Black (SKB) Foundation
The SKB Foundation grew out of a memorial fund established by Jim Parkman to honor his late wife, Texas artist, Susan Kathleen Black. The Foundation's purpose is to encourage and nurture artistic expression through educational programs that raise public awareness of, and appreciation for, representational art. Andrew Denman has attended two workshops with SKB, once in 2002, and again in 2005. In 2005, Denman was a guest lecturer for the SKB Marketing Seminar. In 2006, he returned as an instructor for acrylic painting.
International Guild of Realism
Founded in 2002 by a group of leading professional realist artists, the mission of the guild is to advance realism in fine art and to promote the careers of quality representational artists. Andrew Denman has been an associate member of the International Guild of Realism since 2005.
David Wagner's Definitive Book: American Wildlife Art
In his new book American Wildlife Art, author David J. Wagner tells the story of how this classic art form evolved from early watercolor drawings, like those by Mark Catesby, to John James Audubon's classic masterpiece Birds of America, to the achievements of today's great wildlife painters and sculptors, including such notable names as Robert Bateman, Bob Kuhn, and Kent Ullberg.
Complete with more than 300 illustrations, American Wildlife Art will appeal to collectors, conservationists, artists, and anyone who already enjoys wildlife art or is learning about it for the first time.
Wildlife Art Journal Online
Wildlife Art Journal is the baby of noted author and art afficionado extraordinaire, Todd Wilkinson. It's also the new "THERE" for discussion and sharing of work by wildlife and nature artists around the world. Serious collctors and producers of wildlife art should not miss out on this affordable and informative must-subscribe-to news, opinion, and art site.
Andrew Denman's Trinidad Journal
Ten Days in Trinidad: Andrew's journal written during his experiences at the Asa Wright Nature Centre in Trinidad.
Wildlife & Habitat Conservation & Rescue:
Native Bird Connections
Native Bird Connections' goal is to provide respectful, captive lives for non-releasable wild birds, to provide responsible knowledge
about wild birds to the general public, and to and promote professional ethics and standards in the field of captive animal management.
Soysambu Conservancy, Kenya
Soysambu Conservancy, a non-profit organisation, endeavours to preserve Africa's Great Rift Valley ecosystem for the benefit of future generations. Core goals include preserving wildlife and vegetation alongside wildlife tourism for reinvestment in conservation and community development.
Project Survival's Cat Haven
Cat Haven is an education facility that exhibits a variety of wild cats to engage public support for their conservation in the wild via specific projects (See Project Survival). They support responsible and effective captive management. Their specific focus is the jaguar, a former native of North America which has not received sufficient attention. They hope to create a facility which can foster useful attributes in youth and encourage respect for the natural world.
Project Survival's Cat Haven promotes the conservation and preservation of wild cats in their native habitat by educating visitors and publicizing the work done by Project Survival Cat Conservation Group. Project Survival's Cat Haven maintains an educational room at the facility for youth programs and an outreach program. The Cat Haven is designed to act as 'base camp' in the belief that preserving wild cats in their native habitat is the principle justification for maintaining them in captivity. Project Survival is engaged in fundraising, including the creation of endowments, to support wild life specialists and educators working in range countries.
Wildlife Associates is an educational facility that strives to o teach people to care for living things and to understand the natural systems on which all life depends. They are passionately devoted to caring for non-releasable, abused, abandoned, and injured wildlife that take on the role of "Wild Teachers" in their educational programs.
Wild Felid Advocacy Center
The Wild Felid Advocacy Center is a rescue where nonreleasable wild felids can live out their lives in as natural a setting as possible in peace and dignity. The center views their cats as wildlife ambassadors who can play a valuable role in educating the public about the importance of wild animals and places.
Julie T. Chapman, wildlife and western painter
Julie T. Chapman lives in Montana and paints the color and energy of the West - wildlife, horses, and rodeo. Her vivid, expressionistic palette and active, bravura brushwork communicate her zest for life and passion for the subjects she captures in her work. More recently, she's begun traveling the world and tackling exotic subjects like lions and other African wildlife with the same confidence and virtuosity.
Rita Cirillo, landscape and figurative painter
Rita Cirillo is primarily a landscape and figurative painter who works both in the studio and en plein air. A bold immediacy of brushstroke and a light soaked vibrancy of color and atmosphere distinguish Cirillo's unapologetically loose, gestural work. The artist has studied at the Loveland Art Academy, Cottonwood Art Academy in Colorado Springs, and abroad in Provence, France.
Guy Combes, wildlife artist
Guy Combes, the son of the late wildlife artist Simon Combes, is an oil painter specializing in African wildlife. A native of Kenya, he is actively involved in a number of conservation causes and passionate about preserving the rich mosaic of biodiversity in the Great Rift Valley. In 2012, Wildlife Art Journal online published a thorough and fascinating article on the life and work of Guy Combes and his father, Simon, who was tragically killed by a cape buffalo in Kenya in 2004. Click HERE to read the article.
Randy Dutra, wildlife, landscape, and figurative painter and sculptor
Randy Dutra paints and sculpts a variety of subjects in a style ranging from realism to impressionism. He has studied extensively with Clarence Tillenius, George Carlson, and Bob Kuhn and travels extensively to visit the wild places that inspire his work. Dutra has an equally accomplished career in film, having been oscar nominated twice for his special effects wizardry and counting George Lucas and Stephen Spielberg among his collaborators.
Simon Gudgeon, wildlife and abstract sculptor
One of Britainís leading contemporary sculptors, Simon Gudgeon has a signature smooth style that marvellously concentrates spirit and nature. His minimalist, semi-abstract forms depict both movement and emotion of a moment captured with a visual harmony that is unmistakably his own. His credits include representation with the venerable Halcyon Gallery, a large-scale installation in Hyde Park, London, and his own sculpture park, Sculpture by the Lakes, in Pallington, Dorset.
Morten E. Solberg, wildlife artist
Mort has spent his lifetime painting and has developed a unique style that he is known for. He paints both abstractly and realistically with the combination of both being his most popular. His subjects include wildlife scenes, florals, human figures and mystical Native American themes created in watercolor, acrylic or oil.
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