Nicholas Coleman

Young Bull At Dusk 12x16 Oil

Moran Lake -Early in the Season 24x30 Oil

Lower River Beaver Camp 9x12 Oil

In the Cottonwoods 16x12 Oil

Along the Bear River 30x40 Oil

Koala 10x8 Oil

Brothers 20x24 Oil

Long Lake Black Bear 30x40 Oil

Through the Sage 12x18 Oil

Northern Spotted Owl 16x12 Oil

Evening Sentinel 14x20 Oil

Brother of the Deer 20x30 Oil

Lone Rider 14x20 Oil

The Silent Fox 36x60 Oil

Friendly Smoke 9x12 Oil

Voice From the Past 30x40 Oil

Nicholas Coleman

Nicholas Coleman was born in Provo, Utah, the son of artist Michael Coleman. Brought up in an artistic environment, Coleman has been painting and drawing for as long as he can remember. He has traveled extensively, painting studies and taking photographs for later works. His travels have taken him across North America, through Africa, and Europe. Coleman lived and worked in Brazil for two years. Coleman finds inspiration through his travels, and the hunting and fishing he does along the way, as well as in history, art museums and other artists. These include his father Michael Coleman, Bruno Liljefors, Wilhelm Kuhnert, Carl Rungius,Thomas Moran, Albert Bierstadt, and Frank Tenney Johnson. (The list could go on and on.)Coleman uses a traditional academic approach in his painting, using gouache and oil. However, he doesn’t like to label his style as “realism,” as there is a certain amount of spontaneity and a slight impressionistic feel to his paintings. Coleman endeavors to create a connection between his paintings and the observer by invoking a mood that the viewer can walk into.
He plans to continue working hard at what he loves; his father told him, “you are only as good as your last painting,” so Coleman continually strives to improve his abilities. Never one to miss an opportunity, he also wants to improve his etching and sculpting skills.

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