Tuesday, March 30, 2010


Kathleen V. Butts Wildlife Artist
The magic of the first snowfall covering the land, the trees with just a dusting of snow, sheltering one another as their roots entwine, holding fast to the rocky hill side. As the morning sun glistens off the fresh snow, a pair of wolves climb the slope for a better view. I have one remaining Giclee` print on canvas. 15"x30" AP 2/8  $300.00 + shipping

Monday, March 29, 2010

Detail "THE CROSSING" Whitetail Deer Sold

Kathleen V. Butts Wildlife Artist
Hiking any rivers edge, in any part of North America, in any season, is a wonderful experience. In the fall, when the trees have freed themselves of summer leaves and the air can flow through their branches is a beautiful time. I know that soon the fallen leaves will be covered with snow and the air will be fresh and clean, and my favorite season will be here.

Thursday, March 18, 2010


Kathleen V. Butts Wildlife Artist Three month old cougar cubs were brought to our home to photograph. They were very impressed with my pond and 'my' fish and scampered over the rocks trying to get a better view, "a better view" ya right! ha ha They climbed trees and old stumps, frolicking in the fallen leaves, delighted in exploring new found toys. One decided to try out the big pond and swam the enter forty plus feet and you could see his eagerness to finally reach the other side. We brought them into the house and wrapper them in warm towels and we drank hot chocolate and watched as they got into more mischief. Several paintings have been completed from that wonderful day and there are more to come.

Wednesday, March 17, 2010


Kathleen V. Butts Wildlife Artist This oil painting of African lions was a major piece I did at a clients request. It depicts a beautiful male and female lion of the African Savannah. The dry grasses dance around them as your eye catches a glimpse of the spiny, Acacia tree, off in the distant morning haze. 36"X48" on Linen.