Internationally acclaimed wildlife artist Terry Isaac until recently lived in the Willamette Valley of Oregon where he
drew inspiration from his own backyard as well as the captivating vistas of the North West. In 2007 he moved to Canada
where he is continuing to create dramatic wildlife art in which he strives to capture unique characteristics of wildlife and their
Terry's art began with an interest in animation and drawing cartoons. After college, he was interested in children's book illustration
but soon re-discovered his passion for wildlife. Since the mid 1980's he has created realistic wildlife art with a focus on particularity
and dramatic light. He is inspired by large panoramas as well as close-up views, and by subjects ranging from whales to hummingbirds.
During his successful professional career Terry has been the featured "Artist of the Year" at a number of prestigious art shows/expos. Isaac has placed in twelve stamp and print competitions. He has been commissioned to create for the Audubon Society Handbooks, Walt Disney Productions and numerous corporate offices. His works are housed in permanent collections at Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, First National Bank of South Africa and in private collections around the world. His paintings have appeared for sale and re-sale at Christies Auction House, London England.
Isaac continues to participate in several important art exhibitions, including the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum's prestigious "Birds in Art" exhibition and Society of American Artists Annual exhibition as well as many smaller exhibitions at Zoos and National Parks. Terry frequently contributes original art and limited edition prints to raise funds for conservation and humanitarian causes.