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Fine Art Giclée Canvas:

limited to 75 s/n.
20"w x 10"h.
$295 

As usual for this exuberant wildlife enthusiast and artist, Daniel Smith has been busy. He won the Bob Kuhn Wildlife Award at the Masters of the American West show in Los Angeles in February. After the many feet of spring snow outside his Montana studio melted, he was off to the American Masters Exhibition and Sale at the Salmagundi Club in New York in May and The Prix de West Invitational in June. The artist and his studio were featured in the May/June issue of Art of the West.

Siberian tigers are found in the Amur River region of Russia and China, and in North Korea. Estimates put their numbers in the wild at 200-300. Tiger bone and other body parts are used in traditional Chinese and Korean medicines. Siberians are endangered and protected, and poaching is their pre-eminent threat.

This comment by John Geraghty in his April “Natural Talent” story about Dan in Western Art Collector perfectly describes the majestic portrait of the legendary Siberian. “In viewing the work of this accomplished artist, you are sharing his experiences emotionally and aesthetically, the posture and musculature of his animals personifies a time and place, a natural reaction to their environment.”





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About Daniel Smith

Daniel Smith, one of America’s foremost wildlife artists, enjoys wide acclaim for his depictions of the natural world. He is inspired by his surroundings in southwest Montana and paints from personal experience. He also has had a lifetime fascination with Africa and travels there frequently seeking artistic inspiration. Daniel has been painting fulltime for over twenty years. His works are in the permanent collection of The Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum, Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum and The Wildlife Experience. Daniel participates annually in the Masters of the American West exhibit at the Autry National Center and the Western Visions exhibit at the National Museum of Wildlife Art. He has won numerous awards from The Society of Animal Artists as well as being chosen as “Artist of the Year” for several conservation organizations. Throughout his career Smith has used his art to aid and endorse many conservation efforts. He feels indebted to the natural world that has been the sole inspiration for his award winning career.

Awards

2011  
Bob Kuhn Wildlife Award for his original painting, Heavy Hitters at theMasters of the American West Fine Art Exhibition and Saleat the Autry National Museum.

2009
The Harrison Eiteljorg Purchase Award for his original painting Still Water Crossing at the Quest for the West Art Show at the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art

2008
Peoples Choice Award for his original painting Saturation Point, at the Western Visions: Miniatures and More Show & Sale at the National Museum of Wildlife Art

2008 
Gold Medal Winner for his original painting Duma, at The Greenwich Workshop Gallery's SmallWorks North America Show.

2007
Artist of Distinction award at the Quest for the West Art Show at the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art. This award was presented to the artist with the best overall body of work exhibited in the show

 

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