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ARTIST: Gaye Adams

RESIDES:  Langley, B.C.

EDUCATION:  5 years post secondary in the arts

SFCA designation withe the Federation of Canadian Artists
2017 Gold Medal winner with the Federation of Canadian Artists
Master Pastellist designation with the Pastel Artists of Canada
Active member of Oil Painters of America
2011 – Bold Brush Finalist, 2007 – Pastel Artists of Canada National Exhibition, Award of Distinction. Spilsbury Medal Show, 2002 – Honorable Mention Pastel Artist International Magazine International Competition, 2002 – Finalist Miniatures Show Federation of Canadian Artists, 2001 – Award of Excellence Federation of Canadian Artists Mainland Chapter Show, 2001 – Award of Excellence Pastel Society of Canada National Exhibition, 2000 – Evans Cash Award Federation of Canadian Artists Faces and Figures Exhibition, 1999 – Award of Excellence Pastel Society of Canada National Exhibition.

Master Pastelist designation (MPAC), 2007, Pastel Artists of Canada
Senior Signature Status, 2003, Federation of Canadian Artists
Associate Status, 2002, Federation of Canadian Artists
Signature Status, 1998, Pastel Society of Canada

Whistler Arts Council 2013, Whistler, BC
Santa Barbara Arts Association 2013, Santa Barbara, CA
Federation of Canadian Artists 2013, Vancouver, BC
North Shore Artists Guild 2013, Vancouver, BC
Leading Edge Workshops 2013, Calgary, BC
Bear Valley Highlands Workshop 2013, Lumby, BC
Slikamilina Painting Tours 2013, Croatia
Taste of Spain Painting Tours 2013, Andalucia, Spain

Current two person show at Hampton Gallery, Kamloops BC
Artists for Conservation International Show 2013
Best of the West, Langley BC, 2013
Spillsburg Medil Show, FCA, 2013
Six Degrees of Expression, Vancouver, 2013
Brandt Festival, Sydney BC, 2013
Pastel Artists of Canada National Exhibition, 2007, Salt Spring, BC
Spillsbury medal show 2007, FCA gallery, Vancouver BC
Paintings by Numbers 2007, Performance Works, Vancouver BC
Hampton Gallery, Kamloops BC , Fall 2007
Spillsbury Medals Show, 2002
Aim for Arts International Exhibition, 2000
Pastel Society National Exhibitions, 1998, 2000

Art for an Oil Free Coast, 2015
Pastel Artist International Featured Artist
International Artist Magazine
Artists for Conservation
Artists for Conservation Exhibition Book, 2013
Pastel Artist International Magazine
Art for an Oil Free Coast Publication, 2013
International Artist Magazine, Master Pastel Painters of the World, May 2003
Pastel Artist International Magazine, competition finalist, June, 2002
Pastel Artist International Magazine, Master Pastelist Showcase, June, 2001
Featured Canadian Artist, Pastel Artist International Magazine – Dec 2001

2003 – Group Show “Passion for Pastels” Vancouver, B.C.
2004 – Paintings by numbers, Vancouver, B.C.
1998 – Gentle Force, Creative Source, Group show, Salmon Arm. B.C.
1995 – Solo Show “Pastels Only” hosted by Salmon Arm Art Gallery

Gaye Adams

My Quiet Place
by Gaye Adams
“This is a very special spot – a place I return to over and over again to rechange myself. It has become a favourite place to paint as well. This was done on location, with my easel set up in the shallow stream on a very hot day. A beautiful experience.” – Gaye Adams
Medium Dimensions Price
Oil on Mounted Canvas 12 × 9 in Coming soon
Frosty November
by Gaye Adams

“I have always loved painting animals, particularly when they have interesting light on them! These cows seemed impervious to the cold, and the warm backlight belied the -15c day! It was a joy to paint.”
– Gaye Adams

Medium Dimensions Price
Oil on Mounted Canvas 12 × 9 in Coming soon

ARTIST: Roger Arndt

RESIDES:  Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada

EDUCATION:  started painting at the age of twelve and at the age of fourteen apprenticed under well-known seascape artist Loren D. Adams, Jr. in the Vancouver Granville Island district.

-late teen years, Arndt discovered his love for the Rocky Mountains and spent several months each year exploring Alberta’s Lake Louise, Jasper, and Athabasca regions, hiking and camping at the base of towering mountains and ancient glaciers.
-fascinated with west coast Haida totems. Arndt studied the history of totems at the University of British Columbia and started to incorporate them into his seascape paintings

Roger D. Arndt’s hallmark scenes of towering Rocky Mountains, western forests, Pacific shores and gardens have captured the attention of fine art collectors world wide.

Roger Arndt

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ARTIST: Elsie Baer

RESIDES:   Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

EDUCATION: self taught with credit to Gisela Felsberg  for teaching “to see” and to Isabel Levesque for teaching “the importance of good composition”.
Plein air oil painting in Wyoming with Jim Wilcox

-Juried exhibitions with Alberta Wilderness Association 1977-1992
-Federation of Canadian Artists
-Art Society of Strathcona County
-Arts and Crafts Society of Alberta 1992-2006

– Commissioned by Lone Pine Publishing – created a painting for book cover: “Historic Trails of Alberta”
– Presentations of her work have been made to visiting dignitaries as well as senior government officials including the last two Premiers of Alberta.
– Co-owned and operated Boardwalk Original Artworks.
– Published several limited editions prints. A recent release is the sixth in a series featuring  the “Alberta Wild Rose”

Elsie Baer

Summer Creek
by Elsie Baer
Medium Dimensions Price
Pastel on Sanded Paper 10 × 8 in Coming soon
Jasper, AB
by Elsie Baer
Medium Dimensions Price
Pastel on Sanded Paper 10 × 8 in Coming soon

ARTIST: Alan Bateman

RESIDES:  Canning, Nova Scotia , Canada

received formal training at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design

two-time recipient of The Elizabeth Greenshields Award

Alan Bateman has been very active with thirteen solo exhibitions and thirteen group exhibitions to his credit. Bateman has exhibited extensively throughout Canada, including shows in Toronto, Halifax, Hamilton, Edmonton and Victoria. In the USA he has exhibited in Ohio, Oregon and Minnesota.

Alan Bateman

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ARTIST: Robert Bateman

– University of Toronto
Books about his life and art have had sales of over 1,000,000 copies. He has also been the subject of several films and television programs. His honours, awards and honorary doctorates are numerous. It is in honour of Bateman’s contribution to art and conservation that one public and two secondary schools have been named after him; as well, he has been awarded 12 honorary doctorates

His work is in many public and private collections, and several art museums, including the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson Hole, WY. Bateman has had many one-man museum shows throughout North America, including an exhibition at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC. Recently, the retrospective show, The Art of Robert Bateman, toured Canada and the USA for two years, and a one-man show toured four cities in Russia.

Bateman’s art reflects his commitment to ecology and preservation. Since the early 1960’s, he has been an active member of naturalist and conservation organizations, now on a global scale. He has become a spokesman for many environmental and preservation issues and has used his artwork and limited edition prints in fund-raising efforts that have provided millions of dollars for these worthy causes.

Robert Bateman

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ARTIST: Maurade Baynton

RESIDES: Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada

1970     Banff School of Fine Art (Scholarship)
1990     Pro-Art Workshop. Big Timber, Montana
John Seery-Lester, Jessica Jemsky, and Jack Heinz (instructors)1994     Whiterock Centre for the Arts (summer school) Whiterock B.C    Experimental Watercolor Media Workshop,   Maxine Masterfield (instructor)1995     Making Art Your Business   Department of Extention, University of Alberta, Edmonton,  Alberta, Canada, Elyse Eliot-Los (instructor)
1995     Sutton Art – Color Beyond Basics, Eileen Raucher -Sutton (instructor) Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
1997     The Art of Business and The Business of Art  Rowles  & Company Ltd. Era Rowles (instructor) Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

1999 – Trout Unlimited Artist of the Year
2010 – Selected to compete in design of Canada Mint silver coin series   2010 – Alberta Rose design
2011 – Winning selection for “National Art Portfolio” Ducks Unlimited Canada  – 800 entries Aug 2010
2011 – Inducted into Artist Guild “West Guild” Master Membership –February 2011  Calgary Alberta

2001      Western Art Sales Salon, Calgary Stampede Calgary Alta. Canada-July – Juried
2002      Western Art Sales Salon, Calgary Stampede Calgary Alta. Canada-July – Juried
2002      Featured Artist Show Picture This gallery
2003      Western Art Sales Salon, Calgary Stampede Calgary Alta. Canada-July – Juried
2004      Picture This “Masterpieces in Miniature” Invitational Show
2004      Western Art Sales Salon, Calgary Stampede Calgary Alta. Canada-July – Juried
2005      Picture This “Masterpieces in Miniature” Invitational Show
2005      Western Art Sales Salon, Calgary Stampede Calgary Alta. Canada-July – Juried
2006      Picture This “Masterpieces in Miniature” Invitational Show
2006      Western Art Sales Salon, Calgary Stampede Calgary Alta. Canada-July – Juried
2007      Picture This “Masterpieces in Miniature” Invitational Show
2007      Western Art Sales Salon, Calgary Stampede Calgary Alta. Canada-July – Juried
2008    Picture This “Masters in Miniature” Invitational Show
2008    Western Art Sales Salon, Calgary Stampede Calgary Alta. Canada = July – Juried
2009      Picture This “Masters in Miniature” Invitational show
2009    Western Art Sales Salon, Calgary Stampede Calgary Alta. Canada –July-  Juried
2010     Picture This “Masters in Miniature” Invitational show
2010       Western Art Sales Salon, Calgary Stampede Calgary Alta. Canada  July – Juried
2011        Hyatt Regency Hotel , Reflections West Art Show, Calgary Ab. February 24-27 “West Guild”         Master  membership

-Wildlife Art Magazine
-Post Cereal
-Trout Unlimited-Artist of the year, 1999
-Alberta Hunter’s Guide
-Home Hardware
-Canadian Art Buyers Guide
-Art Impressions Magazine

Maurade Baynton

Alberta Sunset
by Maurade Baynton
Medium Dimensions Price
Oil 10 × 8 in Coming soon

ARTIST: Cameron Bird

BIOGRAPHY: Cameron Bird has grown up with a passion for the outdoors. He began his career with sketching, which he continues to this day as reference for his larger studio oils and acrylics. His formal art training took place at Emily Carr College of Art and Capilano College where he studied commercial art; as well he completed studies in professional sign painting.

Each year Cameron gathers reference for his work while fishing, camping and hiking in the mountains and outdoors. A particular interest for Cameron is to carry his paint box with him and capture the subjects first hand.

Having studied many artists from history, Cameron is drawn to the work of the Illingworth Kerr, Maynard Dixon, Emily Carr, Carl Rungius and in particular Canadian artist Keith C Smith. Cameron studied with KC Smith for over ten years. KC helped Cameron find the knowledge and courage to produce work of power and simplicity. KC always taught him to simplify and make each brush stroke count. Cameron has always admired the use of bold color and heavy impasto.

Cameron worked as a pack horse guide in the mountains to provide him with the first hand material and reference for his paintings. He believes this experience in the wild gives his work an added authenticity and true appreciation for nature.

Cameron has been painting professionally since 1989 and full time since 1999. Cameron has had many one man and group exhibitions and is represented in a number of art galleries. He currently lives in the interior of British Columbia with his family and continues to capture and explore the wild and its animals.

Cameron Bird

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ARTIST: Collin Bogle

RESIDES:  Kirkland, Washington, U.S.A.

The son of a famous American artist, Lee Bogle; Collin Bogle learned the concepts of technique, composition and design from his father, later refining his skills and setting out on his own artistic path.

Collectors Choice New Artist of the Year for Bradford Exchange-1998

Inform Art
Wildlife Art
US Art

Nationally published artist for 15 years, since the age of 20.
Has exhibited in art shows through the United States and his originals are on display in prominent galleries around North America.

Collin Bogle

Turtle Bay
by Collin Bogle

“This was inspired by a trip to Maui where along with swimming with them, I came across a bunch sleeping on the beach.”
– Collin Bogle

Medium Dimensions Price
Colored Pencil 13 × 14.5 in Coming soon
Inner Wolf Pack
by Collin Bogle

“This blue-eyed wolf is always with the pack as they are hidden within the fur.”
– Collin Bogle

Medium Dimensions Price
Colored Pencil 9 × 11.5 in Coming soon

ARTIST: Carl Brenders

RESIDES: Zoersel, Antwerp, Belgium


Academy of Fine Arts, Antwerp, Belgium
Academy of Decorative Arts, Berchem, Belgium


Southeastern Wildlife Exposition: Charleston, SC 1997 “Featured Artist”; 2000, 02, 05,07,11-12 “Guest Artist”
National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jackson, WY: Featured Painter 2003, Guest artist 2004, 2007
Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum: “Master Artist” at Birds in Art 2002
Bennington Center for the Arts, VT: “Featured Artist” at Art and the Animal Kingdom VIII 2003
National Tour People’s Choice Award: 1993-1994 for “One to One”; 1994-1995 for “Mother of Pearls”
Society of Animal Artists in New York
“Award of Excellence” 1988 for “Long Distance Hunters”; 1989 for “Talk on the Old Fence”; 1993 for “One to One”; 1994 for “Rocky Camp”; 2000 for “Without Warning”, 2001 for “Gleam of Gold”, 2002 for “Trick or Treat”


Birds in Art:  LYWAM – Wausau, WI – 1984 – 2000, 2002-2018
Wildlife Art: Artists Viewing Nature – Museum Tour in Oldenburg (Landesmuseum Natur und Mensch), Berchtesgaden (Museum Schloss Adelsheim) and Mainz (Naturhistorischen Museum), Germany- 2016-2017
Picture This framing & gallery, Sherwood Park, AB, Canada 2016-2019; Masterpieces in Miniature
Celebration of Wildlife Art 2012, Kenai Convention Center, Alaska
The John Southern Gallery, Liskeard, UK: 2002-2008
David Shepherd Conservation Foundation 1999: Art for Survival Wildlife Auction – Christie’s SK London
Spanierman Gallery, NY, NY  1998 Natural Habitat: Contemporary Wildlife Artists of North America
“Wildlife and Conservation” Halcyon Gallery:  1997 in the Gas Hall of Birmingham, UK
“Wildlife Art Auction” Christie’s SK:  1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 in London, UK
Bonhams:  1997, in Singapore
Carl Brenders Retrospective Museum Tour:  1997 – 1998 in the USA
Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh, PA; Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Cleveland, OH;
Bernheim Museum & Arboretum, Louisville, KY; Norton Art Gallery, Schreveport, LA.
Christopher Queen Galleries: 1987 and 1990 in Duncans Mills, CA
Trailside Galleries: 1983-2003, 2007-2016 in Jackson, WY and Scottsdale, AZ


Master artist in several expositions
Moscow (Russia) special event, Young & Rubicam, 1/30/2016
Oldenburg (Germany) 3 museum tour 2016-2017
Zoersel (Belgium) 2 artist expo, March 2016


Clinger, Linda D’agostino. 2001, Nov-Dec.Master Feature Carl Brenders. Wildlife Art, Volume XXNo.6., 64-67.
Cuisin, Michel. Nature’s Hidden World: Lakes and Rivers. (Part of a four book series) Morristown, New Jersey: Silver Burdett, 1980. Print.
Wilkinson, Todd. 2002, Carl Brenders: 2002 Master Wildlife Artist.Birds in Art Exposition catalogue, September 7 – November 102002, Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Wausau, WI.
The Editors. 1997, May, The Artist and the Lion’s Tale. Scientific American, May 1997, 16-18.
The Editors. 2009, Oct – Dec., CarlBrenders/Belqique. L’Artde l’Aquarelle, No.2, 68-74.
Wildlife. The Nature Paintings of Carl Brenders (1994,1995) millpond Press/ ABRAMS, USA
Pride of Place. The Art of Carl Brenders. Langford Press, UK (2007)
Song of Creation. Art by Carl Brenders. 2000. Baker Book House.
More Wildlife Painting Techniques of Modern Masters. By Susan Rayfield. 1996. Watson-Guptill
Nature’s Hidden World Series:
Animals of the Seashore. 1984
Woods & Forests 1978
Lakes & Rivers 1980
Animals of the country side 1987
Illustrated by Carl Brenders. Silver Burdett Press.
La vie secrete des bêtes, Les Bords de Mer. Illustrated by Carl Brenders. 1981. Hachette.
Scientific American. Carl Brenders Artwork (Kalahari) on Front cover. May 1997.
Wildlife Art. Carl Brenders Artwork on Front Cover. Nov/Dec 2006.


Ford, Dearborn, MI
Woodson Art Museum, Wausau, WI
Natures’ Scene, Mississauga, Ontario
National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jackson, WY
The Wildlife Experience Museum, Parker CO

Carl Brenders

Laughing Gull
by Carl Brenders

“The “laughing gull” was created in the early 80s within a series of other subjects as illustration work. It was done in Belgium at the request of a large food store chain Delhaize to reward their steady customers with collectible images of animals.”
– Carl Brenders

Medium Dimensions Price
Pencil 11.5 × 8.5 in Coming soon
Two Young Foxes (Sketch)
by Carl Brenders

““Two Young Foxes” is a pencil sketch made in preparation for the painting in gouache/watercolor of a red fox watching a vole titled “A Lunch Date” (2017) 21” x 28” which sold in Canada.”
– Carl Brenders

Medium Dimensions Price
Gouache/Watercolor 7.5 × 9.75 in Coming soon

ARTIST: Carel Brest van Kempen

RESIDES: Salt Lake City, UT USA


  • Master member of the Society of Animal Artists
  • America’s Parks Wildlife Award
  • Eight-time winner of the  Society of Animal Artists Awards of Excellence
  • Artists for Conservation Medal of Excellence
  • Most Honored Artists of Utah


Recent solo shows at:

  • Chicago Academy of Sciences
  • Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum
  • Spiva Center for the Arts, Joplin MO (2017);
  • Houston Museum of Natural Science (2015-’16);
  • Sternberg Museum of Natural History, Hays, KS (2015)


  • Rigor Vitae: Life Unyielding The Art of Carel Pieter Brest van Kempen


  • Master Signature Member of the Society of Animal Artists

Carel Brest van Kempen

Long-Crested Eagle Study
by Carel Brest van Kempen

“With its fairly large size, long, showy crest, and its habit of perching on well-exposed branches, the Long-crested Eagle is one of the most conspicuous of Africa’s birds. It feeds mostly upon rodents that it spots from its perch. It is found in wooded savannas across most of sub-Saharan Africa”
– Carel Brest van Kempen

Medium Dimensions Price
Acrylic 8 × 10 in Coming soon

ARTIST: Luke Buck

Figure drawing at John Heron Art Institute after majoring in art at Arsenal Technical High School in Indianapolis. His advanced training came from intense study, practice, and devotion, while working full time as a professional artist since 1959.

Luke Buck has won numerous honors and awards through the years as his work has been exhibited in major juried art shows and events including invitationals such as this partial list;

America in Miniature, Gilcrease Museum, Tulsa, OK
American Miniatures, Settlers west Galleries, Tucson, AZ
Art On The Green , Plein-Air Invitational,  Cashiers, NC
Art of The Animal Kingdom,  Bennington Center for The Arts, Bennington, VT
Birds In Art, Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Wausau, WI
Florida Wildlife Art Expo, Orlando, Lakeland, & Sarasota, FL
Florida’s Forgotten Coast, Great American Plain-Airs Paint-Out Invitational, Apalachicola, FL
Hoosier Art Salon,  Indianapolis, IN
Indiana Artist, Past & Present,  Brown County Art Gallery, Nashville, IN
Indiana Artist Club, Indianapolis, IN
Indiana Heritage Arts Exhibition, Brown County Art Gallery, Nashville, IN
Kentucky National Wildlife Art Exhibit,  Henderson, KY
Masterworks In Miniature, Gallery One, Mentor, OH
Masterpieces In Miniature, Picture This Gallery, Alberta, Canada
Missouri Wildlife Art Festival, St. Charles, MO
Nature Art Festival, Jamestown, NY
Naturework’s Wildlife Art,  Tulsa OK
Painting North Carolina, Invitational Plain-Air Paint-Out, Germanton Gallery NC
Plantation Wildlife Art Festival, Thomasville, GA
Small Painting Society of Brown County, Waldron Gallery, Nashville, IN
Southeast Invitational Miniature Show, Germanton Gallery, Germanton, NC
Southeastern Wildlife Expo.  Charleston, SC
Southern Wildlife Art Festival,  Decatur, AL
Trailside Galleries Miniature Show, Jackson Hole WY
Walt Disney, “Festival of The Masters”, Lake Buena Vista, FL
Waterfowl Art Festival,  Easton, MD

Luke’s talents have won him many honors and awards through the years. In 2012 Luke was honored when the Arsenal Technical High School, Alumni Association’ awarded Luke with the “Alumnus of the Year” award for his continued success in his chosen vocation. His work has been exhibited in major juried art shows and events. Being featured in many national publications Luke is also a contributing featured artist in Northlight Books, “Wildlife Painting Step By Step”, and “The One Hour Watercolorist” by Patrick Seslar. His paintings have been selected for print and inclusion in programs with National Wild Turkey Federation, and The Friends of

An intense painter, Buck loses himself in the experience and prefers to work without any distractions. From the many reference photos he takes, he may select only a small section of a photo for a painting. Although Luke indulges into artistic license to create the feeling of the moment he tries to maintain the accuracy of the scene. This is a part of preserving the vanishing subject matter. Although Buck works with oils and acrylics, he prefers watercolours for their spontaneity and versatility. Luke is primarily a studio painter but also enjoys “plein aire” painting. “This keeps an artist alert and fresh.” he says.

Being featured in many national publications Luke is also a contributing featured artist in Northlight Books, “Wildlife Painting Step By Step”, and, “The One Hour Watercolorist” by Patrick Seslar.

His paintings have been selected for print and inclusion in programs with the “National Wild Turkey Federation”, “The Friends of NRA”, and many other not-for-profit, benefit fund raising organizations.

Past Publisher’s;  Penny Press, Indianapolis, IN /  Master Art Press, Buffalo NY, / Mill Pond Press, Venice FL, / Current Publishers;  The Ansada Group, Sarasota, FL. / Luke Buck Studios, Nineveh, IN

Luke Buck

Yellowwood Trail Ford
by Luke Buck

“About 30 miles south of my home & studio in Nineveh, Indiana, is beautiful “Yellow Wood Lake” in the Yellow Wood State Forest. Below the lake dam is a trail that loops around connecting on back to the highway 46 between Nashville & Bloomington Indiana. I enjoy painting here because the trail is reminiscent of how most of the back roads were in this area when I was a kid, back in the 1940’s, unimproved, and having fords crossing the streams instead of bridges. These little forgotten trails are what I enjoy most when it comes to finding a good hide out to paint.”
– Luke Buck

Medium Dimensions Price
Watercolor/Gouache 10 × 15 in Coming soon
Hand Made Barn
by Luke Buck

“Being not far from my home, I have taken several photos of his old log barn over a span of about 15 years in hopes of someday painting it. From examining the hand-hewed logs it was obvious that it was well over 150 years old and probably built from the local timber that had been taken during clearing the land about the time the farm was established. I may tweak my paintings a little for artistic flair, but always enjoy trying to maintain a certain amount of accuracy in details preserving an actual account of the history of the scene I’m painting. I have noticed the deterioration speed up in the latest years on this old barn and I wanted to preserve it now.”
– Luke Buck

Medium Dimensions Price
Watercolor/Gouache 15 × 10 in Coming soon

ARTIST: Kerri Burnett

RESIDES: Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada

EDUCATION: BFA with distinction (U of A), B.E.D.

PRINT PUBLISHERS: 1995, 1996 – National Artist Print for DU, 1995 – raised over $105 000 for the National Program

2010 – Ground Sloth Platinum Coin – RCM (Royal Canadian Mint)
2009 – Portrait Society of Canada National Finalist
2008 – Finalist International Portrait Arts Festival, Toronto, Ontario
2008 – Membership: Portrait Society of Canada
2007 – Trumpeter Swan $1 Specimen Coin – RCM
2007-2011 – Dinosaur $4 silver coins – RCM
2007, 2009 – Olympic Them gold coins – RCM
2004 – Grizzly Bear platinum coins – RCM
2003 – Feature artist, Calgary Stampede Gallery exhibition
1998 – Gray Wolf platinum coins – RCM
1997 Federal Duck Stamp – Wildlife Habitat Canada
1997 – Elected to membership: Society of Animal Artists N.Y.
1996 – Christie’s Wildlife Art Auction, London, England
1995, 1996, 2005 DU National Portfolio

– 2005-2013 – Masterpieces in Miniature, Picture This! framing & gallery, Sherwood Park AB
– 2002-2013 – Art of Man Gallery, Lake Louise, AB
– 2000-2004 – Calgary Stampede GAllery Exhibition
– 2006, 2005, 2002, 1999, 1996 – Birds in Art, Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, WI
– 2000, 2006 – Birds in Art, National tour, U.S.A.
– 1998 – Society of Animal Artists Annual Exhibition, Disney World, Florida
– 1997 – Wildlife: the Artist’s View, Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, WI
– 1997-2002 – Animal Art in the Park, Algonquin Park, Ontario
– 1996 – Natural History Museum, London, England

Kerri Burnett

Golden-mantled Ground Squirrel, The Rock Pile, Moraine Lake Area
by Kerri Burnett

“I was looking for Pikas at the Rock Pile and came across the squirrel. The light was beautiful and so I forgot the Pikas and focussed the the golden mantle!”
– Kerri Burnett

Medium Dimensions Price
Oil on Board 14 × 11 in Coming soon

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