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Hippopotamus in Flight. Acrylic on canvas, 24"x18". ... See MoreSee Less

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It's been two years since my trip to Nairobi, Kenya, thanks to the U.S State Department and its Art in Embassies Program. It was a great privilege and an honor I will never forget, being able to talk and share work with students and artists there. Keysha, one of the high school students I met with, later sent me a message thanking me for helping her to get over her "negativities" about painting. My work is still evolving thanks to that beautiful land and the wonderful people I met there. "Evening Guardian Ritual", acrylic on panel, 36" X 48". ... See MoreSee Less

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In honor of the noble rescue mutt. Acrylic on panel,12"x16". $750 #HonestLovesMax ... See MoreSee Less

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This is indeed an exciting time for discovery. Advances in exploration and technologies have allowed Our Generous Benefactor to employ some of the finest chroniclers of exotic flora and fauna in what is a rapacious and seemingly unending search to uncover exciting and in some cases, previously undescribed beasts of the field, sea and sky.

This display you are viewing highlights the efforts of one of our limners, simply referred to here as the Field Artist. He suffers from an annoying yet admirable sense of independence which will take him for worrying days or weeks away from whichever of our scientific parties he is connected with. Yet he always returns, gaunt and delerious, laden with new illustrations (and sometimes the bound and wriggling specimens) of his wild encounters.

We include some of his paintings here for your enjoyment.


The Society of Benevolent and Curious Wanderers