With work hanging
at the White House and in permanent, private and Museum collections,
through out the world, John Seerey-Lester (the man in the Panama
Hat) has become one of the most renowned wildlife and plein air
artists in the world today. His passion is to paint outdoors
from life, which has led him to the wilds of Africa, India, China,
the Arctic and Antarctica, as well as Central and South America.
Alaska and Canada have also been favorite locations for John.
Now he brings this passion to Useppa Island and his other interest,
painting nostalgic and historic scenes.
editor and an advertising executive, he has been painting professionally
since 1974. He now has over 350 limited edition prints on the
have a mysterious and a mystical appeal, directly related to
his ability to paint the unusual. His skill in painting mist,
and atmospheric night scenes is evidenced in many of the paintings
in this book.
Today he lives
in Florida, with his wife and fellow wildlife artist Suzie whom
he married in January 2000 on Useppa Island.
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