01 Jan Terry Isaac
Scenes from the old West will come to life in paintings and sculptures that will fill the galleries of the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, with the opening of the 14th annual Quest for the West® Art Show and Sale, Friday, Sept. 6, 2019. In one gallery, the only gallery like it in the state of Indiana, visitors can see and be the first to bid on millions of dollars in artwork from some of the country’s biggest names in Western art. Meet Quest for the West® artist Terry Isaac.
Born 1958, in Salem, Oregon; lives in Penticton, British Columbia, Canada
INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED wildlife artist Terry Isaac draws inspiration from his own backyard, and from the captivating vistas of the Northwest where he began to create dramatic wildlife art. A professional artist for over thirty years, Terry’s realistic wildlife art is known for his attention to detail and the magical moments created by the dramatic light nature provides.
Terry lives in Penticton, British Columbia, Canada and continues to create paintings capturing the unique characteristics of wildlife and their habitats. Terry travels around the world to capture exciting images, but his main painting focus continues to be on North American birds and mammals. More recently, Terry’s painting of a bison, Winter Warrior, was featured on the Jan/Feb 2018 cover of The Saturday Evening Post.
Notable Awards and Achievements
2016 Ducks Unlimited Canada, National Art Portfolio (also 2013, 2012, 2011)
2008 St. George Art Museum, A Century of Sanctuary: The Art of Zion National Park, Jurors’ Award
1998 Artists for Conservation, Pacific Rim Wildlife and Western Art Show, Artist of the Year
1991 New York Duck Stamp, Winning Artist
Artists for Conservation
Society of Animal Artists
Western Artists of America
The Best of Wildlife Art, by Rachel Rubin Wolf (North Light Books, 1997)
Painting Birds Step by Step, by Barton Rulon (North Light Books, 1998)
Painting the Drama of Wildlife Step by Step (North Light Books, 1998)
Wild About Babies: What the Animals Teach Us About Parenting, by Jack Hanna (Harvest House Publishers, 2004)
Big Horn Galleries, Cody, Wyoming, and Tubac, Arizona
The Legacy Gallery, Jackson, Wyoming
Lovetts Gallery, Tulsa, Oklahoma