John Seery-Lester grew up in Manchester England with sketchbook in hand. Impressionism and nostalgic English scenes made up much of his early work. His first trip to Africa in 1980 convinced him to become a wildlife artist. His many awards and accomplishments include thirteen years in the Leigh Yawkey Woodson's prestigious "Birds in Art" show and induction into U. S. Art's "Hall of Fame". His book, "Face to Face with Nature" is filled with outstanding example of wildlife paintings. John is unquestionably one of the worlds leading wildlife artists. Always insisting on real life experiences, he’s painted on location in Europe, North America, South America, Africa, China, India and Antarctica. His approach to wildlife painting might best be summed up by a statement I heard him make in Yellowstone: If a buffalo walks by, don't take a picture of it - paint it." And he did just that.
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