“End of Summer” Corel Painter by Pam Little 16″x14.5″ $275
Although I have always had sketchbooks and have done other art during my career as a medical illustrator, I began to revisit landscape and wildlife art more seriously when my husband and I began taking trips into the Bob Marshall Wilderness in 2002. The 50 acres around our house on Downing mountain west of Hamilton, MT are also a great source of inspiration. I am always attracted to the light in a landscape, often just looking out at the alpenglow outside our home office window, or the variations of light in the trees during the different seasons offers many incentives for creating art. The wildlife around our home, whether big or small also provides continual reasons for study, illustration, and journaling. The scenery and wildlife of Yellowstone National Park also inspire. I work in a variety of traditional media: pencil, colored pencil, watercolor, acrylics, and also create digital paintings in Corel Painter X3.
About End of Summer:
A lone raven (Corvus corax) overlooks a valley in fog and rain. For 2 years we had a raven pair raise their family close to our house. At the end of summer, we’d hear the young voices loudly demanding one more meal from the parents.
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