John McFaul Wildlife Artist
Welcome to John McFaul Fine Art
Welcome to the online gallery of nationally recognized, award winning artist John McFaul. Explore the diverse methods in which McFaul captures and celebrates the natural world. From the subtle nuances of his realistic renderings to the dynamic, colorful power of his "Contemporary Lodge", passion and skill are apparent. Countless hours afield allow John a depth of knowledge that make the varied styles he chooses authentic. Below are some comments about John and his work by notables in his field.
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"The Museum strives to connect people to northwoods nature through education and experiences and by partnering with talented nature artist John McFaul, we were able to reach our visitors through his stunning work on a new level of experience." Deb Nelson - Museum Director at The Cable Museum of Natural History.
"He transforms the images (from his reference photos) with layers of rich vibrant color and energetic brushwork to create the mystical essence of each animal spirit. Collectors of his work feel as though they experience the creature just as McFaul did in the wild." - Donna Rhodes - The Laurel Magazine.
" I have been an avid admirer and collector of John McFaul's work for many years. He's an artist giving us glimpses into the natural world that could be considered a vanishing landscape." JJ Kerr (1955 - 2012) - Collector. JJ was a docent at the Walker Art Museum, Minneapolis, MN, USA. Her parents founded The National Museum of Wildlife Art.
"Artist John McFaul is setting the pace nationally in wildlife and landscape painting. His new "Contemporary Lodge" style is gorgeous and unmatched." - Mitchell Myers - owner Odonata Art Gallery. Odonata is considered one of the premier galleries in the Northwwods of the Upper-Midwest.
"Fresh, original approach. John brings insights into the personalities of his subjects. One keeps coming back to a McFaul with a new discernment for his insightful, realistic studies." - Bob Chernow - Collector specializing in deceased masters.
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