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Interested to see who are your favourites.  A couple of mine are below with some examples of their work.
 
Mort Solberg has a wonderful way of combining realism with abstraction.  Robert Bateman is a Canadian artists of renown and produces wonderful works.
 
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Robert Bateman:
 
 
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Off the top of my head... Terry Redlin's not too bad.

I have this one.




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not really a wildlife painter but i sure enjoyed watching him work on pbs, Bob Ross was very relaxing to watch work. stuff like this






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Here's a guy out of Washington.

Michael Eberhardt

I really like his interpretation of sockeye's in the water. It matches what I've seen many times fishing for salmon in the rivers up north. (the online pictures and watermarks don't do 'em justice)
 








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All the above + Guy Harvey.
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Couple more by Canadian artist Michael Dumas
 
 
 
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Originally posted by mike650 mike650 wrote:

Here's a guy out of Washington.

Michael Eberhardt

I really like his interpretation of sockeye's in the water. It matches what I've seen many times fishing for salmon in the rivers up north. (the online pictures and watermarks don't do 'em justice)
 



I believe we have this one at home in our breakfast nook. Its close if not the same, I'll look when Im home. All the art work is beautiful, I like the Canadian art the best I think. Its all very nice. Thank you!




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Originally posted by JF4545 JF4545 wrote:





I believe we have this one at home in our breakfast nook. Its close if not the same, I'll look when Im home. All the art work is beautiful, I like the Canadian art the best I think. Its all very nice. Thank you!




He has a few different ones. The two I posted are internet pics of the ones I bought while up in Seattle a couple of years ago.






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I looked Mike, the one we have is by a man named B. Forrest and it looks somewhat like your piece. Im glad you guys are sharing the art its given me some nice ideas on what I like....Im wanting some art for my man cave..Thanks Again! J...
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