Featured Artist: Michael Sieve

Sieve does extensive research on each species he paints to accurately depict it.

 

An avid sportsman and recognized wildlife and big-game artist, Michael Sieve believes that the best wildlife art is inspired by actual experiences in the field. These real-life experiences, coupled with extensive research on the natural history of the area and species, plus photographs and specimens where possible, enable Sieve to create a successful painting that is both artistically interesting and naturally accurate.

When not traveling in search of material, Sieve resides in southeastern Minnesota’s bluff country, a region blessed with stunning scenery and abundant wildlife where he can observe deer, coyotes, turkeys, and grouse, all on a short walk from his front door.

For more about Sieve and his work, visit michaelsieveart.com.

 

“At Crossed Paths–Wolves and Bison”

 

“Highland Bull–Elephant and Egrets”

 

“Down from the Ridge–Whitetail Deer”

 

“Battling Bulls–Caribou”

 

“Quick and Easy–Lion and Impalas”