Feature Articles

 

"It's About Plein Air Painting"
by Dennis Curry

"To paint or draw a subject is to own it in a way unlike any other.  I discovered this as a boy taken to exploring nature and seeking my connection to it all."  Read more... 


"The Art of Dennis Curry"
by Dennis Curry

"My career in art grew out of the interest I've always had in nature. As a child in southern California I spent many hours roaming the Santa Monica Mountains exploring and collecting all sorts of creatures." Read more... 


"Artists In Africa"

"Artist-Printmaker Dennis Curry details African wildlife using Mylar film and Dupont Howson Printing plates."  Read more...


"Hauntingly Beautiful Africa"
by Pam Dean-Cable

"What would we be willing to do to feed and clothe our loved ones?  Kill the last eagle?  The last whale?  The issues involved in this scenario are complex and far-reaching but so are the opportunities to become involved in solving some of the problems..." Read more...
 


"In and Out of Africa with Dennis Curry"
by Dennis Curry and Don Monkerud

"As we climb into the crater highlands of northern Tanzania, huge lichen-covered trees loom out of the mists that engulf the rim..."  Read more...


"Original Work"
by Jennifer Amie

"Although original lithographs may not always seem much different than photo-offset reproductions, the way they are made sets them apart."  Read more...


"The Great Art Print Controversy:
Are Art Reproductions Really a Good Investment"
by Glen Warner

"Ask typical collectors of wildlife prints why they are attracted to a particular image, and almost invariably they will tell you about their interest in the species of bird or mammal depicted..." Read more...  
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"The Call of Africa -- Artists on Safari"
by Mary Nelson

"The appeal of Africa is undeniable.  Contemporary wildlife artists offer their impressions of this vast continent..."  Read more...
 



"The Next Step: The whos, whats and whys of original graphic prints"
by Alicia Fedorczak

"Original graphics are a natural step up the art-collecting ladder for buyers of offset reproductions and digital prints."  Read more...