Nicholas Wilson

Nicholas Wilson has been painter, sculptor and printmaker for over 40 years. His main career focus has been on wildlife art, where special emphasis on drawing has opened up numerous opportunities for him. While curator of exhibits at the Arizona -Sonora Desert Museum (1970-72) near Tucson, he developed his talent for expressing his deep love for nature. In the last few years, the artist has added monumental size bronzes to his sculpture experience. October 2011, Wilson received 1st place in the Modesto Art Museum’s World Mini Print Exhibition “Empty Nest II,” an etching of a bird’s nest with stars. Nicholas Wilson is represented in permanent collections of the BOOTH WESTERN ART MUSEUM, the COWBOY HALL of FAME, the LEIGH YAWKEY WOODSON MUSEUM of ART, and the SMITHSONIAN (etchings). Publications include: SOUTHWEST ART (cover) 2011, 2012, and 2013.  ARIZONA HIGHWAYS (cover), U.S. ART, WILDLIFE ART, SOUTHWESTERN ART. Book publications: THE BEST of WILDLIFE, Northlight Publishers, 1998; WILDLIFE ARTISTS at WORK, Watson-Guptill, 1981.

Styles: Etchings , Original Art On Paper

“Straw Babies”

Wood Engraving

12" x 14" (Framed)