Interesting light can make an otherwise ordinary subject exciting

Featured Artist Sally Berner

Pretty in Pink 20 x 30 Oil on canvas - was in Birds in Art at the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Wausau.
Sally Berner, a Wisconsin native, is an internationally award winning artist who has been an active oil painter for 24 years in the Realist tradition and her love for nature and animals has led her to concentrate on painting wildlife, domestic animals and household pets, especially dogs. Her greatest joy is to come across animals in the wild and to be able to watch them interact. She also enjoys painting landscapes which are a natural complement to wildlife art and the occasional still life. She believes that interesting light can make an otherwise ordinary subject exciting.

Pretty in Pink 20 x 30 Oil on canvas - was in Birds in Art at the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Wausau. Soaking up the Arizona Sunshine (Bobcat) 14 x 18 was in the Oil Painters of America’s National show at the Legacy Gallery in Scottsdale, AZ. Winter Coat” (Shetland Pony) 18 x 18 was in the Society of Animal Artists juried Annual Show and is in a private collection.

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