Thursday, April 14, 2011

Join us Saturday, April 16, 2011 for An Afternoon with the Artist

Edward Aldrich, Master Wildlife Painter

More than a faithful reproduction, the wildlife art of Edward Aldrich captures the very essence of the animal as well...Each image becomes a stolen moment with an animal. - InformArt Magazine

Edward Aldrich is an artist dedicated to reaching beyond the realistic rendering of wildlife and the natural world. He is convinced that conveying the inherent being of an animal is integral to his work. His style breathes life into his subjects and invokes the viewer into feeling that he or she is actually a witness to the scene. The viewer is not left to simply look and appreciate, but is drawn into experiencing the essence of what is depicted. In short, his is an art of feeling as well as portrayal.

Get to know Edward this coming Saturday as he shares insight and knowledge of painting wildlife. Join us at Saks Galleries in Cherry Creek, Denver this Saturday for another special demonstration in the series of

“Afternoon with the Artist” April 16, 2011, 12:Noon – 3:00pm

refreshments, demonstration and great art

Mr. Aldrich receives honor of Artist-in-Residence at the historical “Cabin” RMNP.

Most recently Edward was invited to Rocky Mountain National Park’s “Cabin” for a two week Artist-in-Residence program. The prestigious residency is coveted by professional painters, sculptors, musicians, poets and other performing artists. Built in 1887, now perpetuates the memory of artist, Willian Allen White. American editor and author White and his family spent 31 summers in the “Cabin”amidst inspiring landscape and quiet nature. It is one of the most revered places for an artist to create.


Edward "Ned" Aldrich presents new works in "Impressions of Spring" exhibition now the May 15th

Learn where Edward finds his inspiration, what it was like to be invited to the “cabin” to create and have his entire family experience this historical event and how this father of three juggles, parenting and painting creatively.

Enjoy “Ned” Aldrich’s latest works at Saks Galleries “Impressions of Spring” exhibition now through May 15th.

painting credits:
Edward Aldrich "Stalking" 10 x 12 oil on canvas
Edward Aldrich "Tiger Portrait" 8 x 10 oil on canvas

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