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Edward Aldrich (b. 1965)  Artworks >>

Edward Aldrich is an artist dedicated to reaching beyond the realistic rendering of wildlife and the natural world. His style breathes life into his subjects and invokes the viewer into feeling that he or she is actually a witness to the scene. His is an art of feeling as well as portrayal. Aldrich graduated in 1987 from the Rhode Island School of Design. He is a regular participant in such shows as: The Society of Animal Artists's 'Art and the Animal', the prestigious 'Birds in Art' show in Wausau, WI, and The Gilcrease Museum's annual miniature art show. In addition, he has also been included in such shows as: The Colorado Governors Art Show, The National Museum of Wildlife Art's Miniature Show, the Oil Painter's of America National Show, as well as the Rockwell Museum's 'Representing Representation', Show and a feature at The Wildlife Experience Museum. His work is held in collections of The Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, the Bennington Center for the Arts, and the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. To date he has had a dozen one man shows in various galleries. Feature articles on Aldrich have appeared in Wildlife Art magazine, InformArt magazine, Wildlife Journal, American Artist magazine, and Southwest Art magazine. Drawing and Painting Animals, published by Watson/Guptill, is Aldrich's first book. Written by and featuring over 100 of his paintings and drawings, this book is Aldrich's first venture into expressing the emotional and artistic process of his work. It was released in November 1998 and is currently in its second printing. Aldrich depicts wildlife from around the world. He resides in Golden, Colorado. Reference:

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