“A Quick Look”
Oil on board
13 x 10 in.
About the artist:
Ken Carlson was born and raised in Minnesota and now resides in the hill country of central Texas. Following art school training, he began his career as a commercial illustrator. In 1968, he put aside commercial work to devote fulltime to painting wildlife. A critical element of Carlson’s work has always been first-hand observation of his wildlife subjects. Each fall, he travels to Alaska, the western prairies, the Canadian Rockies or to Africa to study animals in their varied habitat.
Western Visions® is the National Museum of Wildlife Art’s largest and longest running fundraiser, with a variety of exciting events. The show features a wide selection of art for sale. Western Visions® painters and sculptors participate in the art portion of the show and sale and as many as 2,000 people attend the events.
Read more about Ken at https://www.wildlifeart.org/artists/ken-carlson/
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My family has a huge oil painting of a moose that Ken Carlson did gave to my parent’s as a wedding gift.they divorced many years ago just curious the value. looked at his many pieces and it looks like it is one of a kind.
I have a framed Ken Carlson pencil drawing of a falcon, it isn’t just one color pencil. Also is signed. The falcon apparently is known about in California. Very curious to know it’s value.