Founded in 1968, Wild Wings is today’s leading publisher of art based on the themes of wildlife, sporting, and nostalgia or Americana. We represent more than seventy of America’s top wildlife and nature artists from all over the country, and many of these artists have been with us for at least twenty-five years of their art careers. To date, we have published more than 2,500 print editions of our artists’ outstanding work, which is appreciated by outdoorsmen and art collectors alike. We’re proud of our long-standing reputation for excellence in art quality and of our artists who continually produce that excellence, and we’re always on the lookout for new talent who share our love and respect for the natural world.
Because our artists paint from their own acquaintance with and affinity for nature, wildlife, and outdoor living and sporting, the experience of each artist’s work is unique and personal. Subject matter ranges to cover all aspects of the natural world, from encounters with nature, such as hunting, fishing, or country life, to wildlife, including big game and waterfowl, to glorious landscapes which form the backbone of nature-inspired art. Just as varied as subject matter is choice of artistic medium; whether it’s oil, acrylic, watercolor, wood carving, sculpting, or photography, each of our artists has spent a lifetime mastering his or her medium of preference. Drawing from their experiences with the natural world, our artists create work which reflects their personal interpretations of the essence of nature, resulting in different styles varying from detailed realism to abstract expression. Each of our artists’ work is distinct and refined, and always of noteworthy quality.
Our artists are all prominent and acclaimed figures in the wildlife and nature art genre. Their artwork is frequently featured on conservation stamps, appears in widely-read sporting and nature publications, and is treasured in many public and private collections around the globe. All of our artists are avid appreciators of the outdoors, and most are firmly committed to using their art to support conservation groups and efforts striving to preserve the natural world they love so much.