Wildlife Art Blog – Latest Update

As you can see from the latest painting update I am now working my way down the painting. All those stripes can make your eyes go real funny, so I can only paint 2 zebra at a time before having a break. Ha… Not too many sessions left now before all the painting will be blocked in with it’s 1st coat of oil paint. Then the real work begins- bringing this painting to life!

great migration africa

 

 

 

 

 

detail view

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About Jason Morgan - wildlife artist
I am UK based professional wildlife artist specializing in big cat and large scale African wildlife paintings. Through my site "http://www.onlineartdemos.co.uk" I sell my limited edition prints and original paintings worldwide - I have had an online gallery now for over 12 years, I also have a Learn to paint wildlife teaching site - http://www.jasonmorgan.co.uk

8 Responses to Wildlife Art Blog – Latest Update

  1. Mark Scott says:

    I love your art . . . it is awesome! You are so good at what you do. The Lord has given you a great gift and thank you for sharing it.

    Cheers,

    Mark

  2. Debra Curtis says:

    Your paintings are awsome. My husband, Dustin, is working on a body of work. He aspires to be a full time artist. Do you have any words of wisdom for him? How did you approach galleries?

    Thank you for your time.

  3. wildlifeart says:

    Hi Debra,

    Thanks for the really nice comments – you could tell your husband to represent himself, rather than deal through a gallery, he gets to keep much more of the profits then 🙂

  4. Val Odendaal says:

    Keep up the good work, I like your position of the migration, that is exactly how they approach the water , I have observed it many times over the years,as I am also a born and bred Kenyan and a fulltime artist. Well done.

    Edgar Val Odendaal

  5. Rusti says:

    Your work is emotional, outstanding in depth, Top end in talent, displaying dedication and love for your subjects. In all who view your portraits it would promote an emotion as vast as your own. I myself aspire to be as acomplished as yourself. Any tips as to where one could break into the field would be greatly appreciated. I know you have dedicated countless years in the study of shadow and light, bone structure, the softness of fur, reflections, and the life and surroundings of your subjects. You illustrate the innocent kind spirit beneath the outward appearances, what I believe God intended us all to see. Thank you.

  6. james sumner says:

    Hi there Jason

    Your work is so beautiful. Looking at all the detail you put into your work and the end results you get out of it made me realise just how much I want to be able to paint like that.
    I’ve got lots of questions but before I even go there I’ll jump straight to the point. Have you and would you take an apprentice?
    Keep up the great work and I can’t wait to hear your reply

    James

    • wildlifeart says:

      Thanks fro the really nice comments. If I could clone myself I would certainly take on an apprentice 🙂 time is just so short these days, unfortunately.

      I have done the next best thing and put just about everything I know in my eBooks etc though you can see them all here http://www.jasonmorgan.co.uk

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