Award-winning wildlife artist Terry Isaac at Birthplace of B.C. Gallery
The Birthplace of B.C. Gallery is pleased to announce the addition of Terry Isaac to the Gallery’s group of fine artists. Internationally acclaimed wildlife artist, Terry Isaac, grew up in the Willamette Valley of Oregon where he began his love affair with wildlife. Drawing inspiration from his own backyard and from the captivating vistas of the Northwest, he began to create dramatic wildlife art. He now calls Penticton, British Columbia “home” and, since moving, has continued to create paintings capturing unique characteristics of wildlife and their habitat. Terry travels around the world to capture exciting images, but his main painting focus continues to be on North American birds and mammals.
The design of the picket fence at the Birthplace of B.C. Gallery came from one of Terry’s paintings over 15 years ago. The start of a great painting connection has come full circle with Terry Isaac’s inclusion in the group of fine artists at the Birthplace of B.C. Gallery. Other painters at the Gallery specializing in wildlife are Joyce Trygg and Allan Hancock.