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Thousand Islands region of Ontario was the perfect backdrop for a childhood
filled with adventure for Richard DeWolfe, an artist who still identifies
strongly with rural life.
The forests, fields and of course the mighty St. Lawrence River, made the
wonders of nature come alive for him.
Richard DeWolfe is a self-taught professional artist working in both fine
art and illustration. His art has enjoyed a great deal of popularity and
acceptance ever since his first one-man show at the age of eighteen.
show was a sell-out, supplying the young artist with commissions and
launching a twenty-five year career as an illustrator, during which he
created paintings for major international corporations including General
Motors, Pepsi-Cola, Sears, Labatt's and Sony.
The artist has participated in many art shows, including the Wildlife
Habitat Canada Stamp Competition, the Wye Marsh Festival, and the Annual
Exhibition of Canadian Artists and Photographers in Communication. His
original paintings hang in private and corporate collections in Europe, the
United States and across his native Canada.
Together with his wife,
Mary, Richard lives on a horse farm in central Ontario, where he can study
and paint horses and rural life as well as the wildlife which surrounds
delighted to be able to present Richard De Wolfe's moose, bird and wildlife
art. Richard De Wolfe's art is recommended for home decor products and
accessories, home fabrics, crafts of all kinds, as well as stationery and
all paper products and giftware.
information, please contact
Lance J. Klass at Porterfield's, (800) 660-8345, or email
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