Elephant Cow Study
Oil on Board,
Elephant Cow Study
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W: 400mm x H: 300mm
W: 16" x H: 12"
Approx. Weight: 1kg
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I enjoy this quote by Salvador Dali...
"Those who do not want to imitate anything, produce nothing."
Published in Zimbabwe Tobacco Journal “One of Africa’s Finest Wild Life Artists"
International Safari Convention, Reno, Nevada
Dec 1999 to Jan 2000
Published in Wild Life Art News, USA
Invited by S.C.I (Safari Club International) Tucson, Arizona, USA to exhibit in art show “On the Wild Side"
Limited edition of 2 artworks, 1000 of each produced by “The Directors Collection" Johannesburg, South Africa
Group artist exhibition, Mutare Museum, Manicaland, Zimbabwe
“In Full Flight"Auction Sale, Delta Park, Linden, Johannesburg, South Africa
Joint auction sale with other Internationally recognised Southern African artists portion of sales donated to the South African Wild Life Trust Fund
All original artworks published in leather bound collector’s coffee table books, by The Directors Collection, Johannesburg, South Africa
Sheraton Hotel, Harare, Zimbabwe, hosted by Wild Life Society, Zimbabwe
Joint exhibition with wife, Sue. 80 of their artworks sold on opening night
Proceeds from this show donated to Cecil Kop Nature Reserve, Manicaland, Zimbabwe to purchase breeding stock and start a wild life conservation educational school for the local people.
Zimbabwe Conservation Trust, Harare, Zimbabwe
Auction of paintings with other artists with 20% of proceeds to black rhino anti-poaching team/National Parks of Zimbabwe.
Graham was owner and manager of a successful Coffee Estate in the Lower Eastern Highlands of Zimbabwe.
Due to the political situation in that country, he and his wife Sue decided to leave that country and reside in the Cape Province of South Africa, making painting his full time occupation.
He paints from his home based studio and has built up a large client base over the past four years.
His works hang in both corporate boardrooms and private collections throughout the world.
The subject of his artworks is African wildlife, which he and Sue photograph extensively when spending extended trips to various game reserves in Southern Africa. These photographs are then used as his subjects in the composition of his artworks.
Graham is very particular about the preciseness and accuracy of the animals he paints, taking great time and care of their body proportions in order to making them appear as realistic as possible.
It has been said by many purchasers of his paintings that the elephants he paints are “the best painted elephants on the market" and that “you can stroke the fur on his cats."
Graham also paints sea-scapes and land-scapes which have been highly appraised by his studio visitors and purchasers.
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