Aaron_Yount_Felis_et_Virtus

African Lion Aaron Yount, was Artist in Residence from 2012 -2015 at the Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum. He is an artist who works in a realistic style to depict wildlife and their habitats. Through his work, Aaron strives to establish an intimate connection between the viewer and his subjects. Aaron has works in galleries and…

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Mary_Taylor_She_Wolf

Wolf I weld nature’s creatures in mild and stainless steel to enhance our connection to and our understanding of the grand forces of nature and the movement and growth so inherent for our imaginations to flourish and reach out towards our dreams.

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Charles_Allmond_Reunion

Penguins Charles Allmond was a sculptor who found inspiration in the natural world. Primarily a direct carver in stone and wood, he also produced limited editions of many of his works in bronze. His distinctive style ranges from realism to abstract.  Allmond’s Penguin Sculpture can be admired all year round in the Hiram Blauvelt Art…

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John_Banovich_Big_Ivory

African Elephant John Banovich emerged as a talent to watch over two decades ago and today is known internationally for his large, dramatic portrayals of iconic wildlife.

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Guy Coheleach_Fox Fire

Red Fox Guy Coheleach is an American painter specializing in the realistic depiction of animals. Often featuring the exotic fauna of Africa, Asia, and the Arctic. Along with over a hundred one-man commercial shows in various cities, Guy Coheleach’s work has been exhibited in the National Collection of Fine Art, The White House, The Corcoran Gallery,…

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Douglas Allen_Reflections

Moose Doug Allen is a painter of wildlife and landscapes, born in Jersey City, NJ in 1935. Doug’s art career began as an illustrator of big game animals for magazines and books. His paintings and drawings appeared in numerous periodicals such as Outdoor Life, Sports Afield and the Reader’s Digest. Doug’s paintings are represented in…

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Carl Rungius_Mountain Monarch

Rocky Mountain Elk Carl Rungius was a American artist (born 1869; died 1959). During his lifetime, he was among the best-known painters of North American game animals. He devoted ten years to painting landscapes of the Rocky Mountain scene. The painting “Mountain Monarch” features Rocky Mountain Elk. The painting by Carl Rungius hangs on the…

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