Wildlife photographer/painter, Bart Rulon, is guest artist at Garry Oak Gallery through July

Posted in Community News, Visual Art

May 27, 2015

Garry Oak Gallery is pleased to be showing the wildlife photographs and paintings of Whidbey Island artist, Bart Rulon through July 31.

Bart Rulon lives and works on Whidbey Island. He received his BA in scientific illustration from the University of Kentucky and is a full-time artist, focusing on wildlife and landscape subjects. As a professional artist, Rulon’s primary interest is in experiencing his subjects firsthand in the wild. He focuses on painting subjects and scenes he has experienced in the wild rather than trying to paint animals he’s only seen in captivity.

Rulon’s works have been exhibited in many of the finest exhibitions, museums and galleries displaying wildlife and landscape art in the United States, Canada, Sweden, Japan and England. He is the author and illustrator of several books concerning wildlife art and photography as well as instructions on how to paint birds and wildlife. His work has been featured in the magazines Southwest Art and Wildlife Art.

Garry Oak Gallery is located at 830 SE Pioneer Way, Suite 101 in Oak Harbor.

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