Migration Days by Terry Redlin


Terry Redlin

Few artists can rival the standards of excellence achieved by Master Artist Terry Redlin over the past 20 years. He is truly one of the country’s most widely collected painters of wildlife and Americana. For nine consecutive years, 1991-99, Redlin has been named America’s most popular artist in annual gallery surveys conducted by U.S.ART magazine. His induction in to U.S.ART’s Hall of Fame in 1992 followed the magazine’s poll of 900 galleries nationwide which that year, placed five of Redlin’s limited editions in the top 11 in popularity. Over the life of the poll, 30 prints have been included in that list. His use of earthy colors, blazing sunrises and sunsets and nostalgic themes are often cited as the reasons for his immense popularity.

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Literally hundreds of thousands of waterfowl fill the skies during one week each spring. They have responded to a primordial urge to head north. Leaving their winter resting areas as far south as Central America, these graceful wanderers will guide their way to summer nesting areas in Canada and the northern tier of states. It's such a grand sight that those who have experienced this magic time count it among their most cherished memories. In this image, it appears the entire town has gathered to celebrate and share in the sounds and sights of the glorious migration flight. The honkers flying low are locals now having already arrived. But the blues and snow geese are flying high as they journey farther north.