Artist Terry Isaac – Painter of captivating scenes of nature

Chilling Out-Polar Bear by artist Terry Isaac

Chilling Out-Polar Bear by artist Terry Isaac

“The polar bear is chilling out after a long day of hunting for food. With a full belly and the glow of the sun it is time to take a break. I enjoyed painting this polar bear at rest, she looks very content having the chance ‘to chill out’ and I can relate to that!”, says artist Terry Isaac about “Chilling Out – Polar Bear”.
“Chilling Out” by artist Terry Isaac is one of the masterworks participating in Masterpieces in Miniature 2009 Invitational Art Show -The Gallery At Picture This. This show will feature the original artwork of more than 45 artists of stature from across North America.
 
Artist Terry Isaac

Artist Terry Isaac

Artist Terry Isaac has painted for Walt Disney Productions and the Audubon Society Handbooks .  He has been honored by Jurors Award 2008 Century of Sanctuary, St. George Museum, Utah; named Artist of the Year 2003 by Reflections of Nature, Art and Culture Center, Fallbrook, California and  Artist of the Year 1998, Pacific Room Wildlife Art Show, Seattle, among many other awards. This artist has also been selected to participate in several important art exhibitions, including the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum’s prestigious “Birds in Art” shows. Terry Isaac resides in Penticton, Britisth Columbia, Canada.
Masterpieces in Miniature presented by the Gallery At Picture This, Sherwood Park, AB opens May 2nd and closes after public drawing, May 21st 2009… more on the show
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2 comments for “Artist Terry Isaac – Painter of captivating scenes of nature

  1. Cindey Giralt
    May 9, 2009 at 10:39 pm

    would love to paint with you again

  2. Cindey Giralt
    May 9, 2009 at 10:40 pm

    Would love to paint with you again.
    my best wishes
    Cindey

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