Capturing the Art and Soul of Wildlife
When I began training to be a volunteer wildlife carer over 15 years ago, no one told me that each animal of every species could have such distinct personalities.
Ultimately, those little joey’s (young kangaroos) opened my artistic heart. Those big deep eyes let me look into their souls and I was entranced. This led me to a new passion. I wanted to document them in their journey to recovery and ultimately their release back into the wild.
Fortunately, in my “previous life” I was an engineer. Yes, I sat at a computer and worked on construction plans and simulated finished projects. (I really made and 180-degree turn, didn’t I?)
So I put my detail oriented mind to the task of creating digital paintings to bring texture and life into my beautiful subjects, so they could remain with me long after they’d returned to the wild.
As sales of my art form move forward and my work with orphaned critters continues, I learn every day that I am not alone in my passion for these amazing and noble Australian wonders and I’m encouraged.
Thank you for spending time here. Thank you for your support of my art. I am sure you will find a piece on this site that moves you. In fact that is my goal.
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