Artists

Current Artists

Mark Eberhard

2014 Artist

About the Artist

Mark Eberhard received his first bird book from his grandparents at age five. A lifelong passion was sparked. "I was interested in art as far back as I can remember." An MFA from Yale combined with a close personal relationship with nature - its forms, colors and textures - form the basis of his paintings. "I want people to see the beauty and humanity in nature that I see. A bare tree branch can be just as beautiful and moving as a Grand Canyon vista." He has won numerous awards both regionally and nationally and his paintings can be found in public and private collections including the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum and the National Museum of Wildlife Art

Past Artwork (Since 2012)
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Cattail Clowns
Painting – Oil on Board
24 x 36 inches
2013
America the Beautiful
Painting – Oil on Canvas
24 x 34 inches
2012
Teton Elk
Painting – Oil on Board
30 x 24 inches
2013
The Trickster
Painting – Oil on Board
12 x 12 inches
2012
Moonshine
Painting – Oil on Board
14 x 18 inches
2013
Elk Moon
Sketch – Graphite on Bristol Board
6 x 6 inches
2012
Raven Silhouette
Sketch – Graphie on Paper
10 x 10 inches
2013