EBSQ Spotlight on Animal & Wildlife Art: Robert Wolverton Jr. & Evie Anderson

This month’s featured gallery is Animal & Wildlife Art, easily one of our most-populous galleries at EBSQ.  Throughout April, we are going to take a few moments to catch up with some of our most popular animal artists:

Robert Wolverton Jr.

Red Fish - Robert Wolverton Jr
Red Fish - Robert Wolverton Jr.

First of all I like to get inspiration from the things I like to do, which is fishing, camping, mountain biking, etc. I like to observe all the animals that you see and watch just how funny and people like they are. When painting my fish I try to transport myself to that stream and hear the babble of the brook and the smell of honeysuckle and the chirping of the birds. When I paint my pet portraits (usually dogs) I try to get to meet the pup if possible and get to see them in action. Capturing their attitude and spirit is important, this can be done as well by the owner’s description. All animals are different, just like people, and I like to focus on the individuality of each animal. The best part of painting wildlife is actually not the painting itself but the time spent getting inspiration in the outdoors. – Robert Wolverton Jr.

p.s. take a kid fishing

Evie Anderson

Hello Sunshine - Evie Anderson
Hello Sunshine - Evie Anderson

Animals are pure. No inhibitions. No affectations. They communicate with their eyes and their bodies; no language needed. When we take the time to be still and watch, there is much to learn from these wonderfully intuitive creatures. – Evie Anderson

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EBSQ Spotlight on Animal & Wildlife Art: Valerie Brock & Cyra Cancel

This month’s featured gallery is Animal & Wildlife Art, easily one of our most-populous galleries at EBSQ.  Throughout April, we are going to take a few moments to catch up with some of our most popular animal artists:

Valerie Brock

Pedal... Pedal... Pedal... - Valerie Brock
Pedal... Pedal... Pedal... - Valerie Brock

Animals have always been fascinating to me. As a little girl I wondered quite often what went on in the minds of my pets and often gave tea parties in the back yard in their honor, I remember several times trying to put my doll dresses on my kittens. The inspiration for much of my art comes from my adorable little corgi mix Tia Maria and my tuxedo cat Miss Kitty. Corgi’s are natural clowns and my Tia is no exception. I will always believe she is the friendliest dog on the planet. I love finding humor in everyday situations, and then pulling those humorous antidotes into my little Corgi paintings. With animals, I feel free to explore and create little worlds that apart from my brush and paper… do not exist. I have spent many happy hours creating the little Corgi world in my paintings. My subject matter ranges through various breeds of dogs and cats. While I occasionally branch out to other dog breeds, I always return to my favorite subjects The Old English Sheepdog and Welsh Pembroke Corgi. One as big as the other is small! An animal lover at heart, I seek to bring a slice of humor and joy into my art, that reflects the unmitigated happiness our pets bring into our lives. My paintings are like little slices of shaggy humor, a fun way to add a lighthearted touch to any day! – Valerie Brock

Cyra Cancel

BLACK CAT - FUCHSIA FLOWERS - Cyra Cancel
BLACK CAT - FUCHSIA FLOWERS - Cyra Cancel

I was raised with many animals. I always had cats and they are still my favorite subject. Now I am living in Arizona and have had the opportunity to see many birds and wild animals that I had only seen in pictures or on television in my beautiful Puerto Rico. – Cyra Cancel

Visit the Animal & Wildlife Art Gallery to see more great animal art

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