Alan Hunt

Wildlife artist and activist Alan M. Hunt considers himself "a zoologist who paints wildlife." Alan paints only
during daylight hours; he never uses artificial light. Working in primarily oil and gouache, he achieves a
variety of exquisite textures from feathers to rocks. His extensive world travels, observations and
experience with wild animals clearly show in his realistic style of painting, which is both accurate and
evocative. A devoted conservationist, Alan is constantly seeking new ways to help environmental groups
raise funds. He now concentrates his work solely on endangered species in order to bring their threatened
survival to the attention of as many people as possible.
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