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Gerald Strine

Gerald Strine

Pinckney, MI

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First thank you for taking a moment to view my works your feed back is appreciated as well as hopefully your purchase.
From my earliest days I have had a passion for all things related to nature and the natural world. At an early age my love and respect for nature and animals was developed through me participating in nature through fishing, hunting, photography, hiking, and the hobby of entomology. It was, and still is common to see me running around with a bug net studying, collecting, and mounting for preservation insects of all sorts. These activities may not get you into the “in” crowd but I was never concerned about that. I do believe though that it has shaped me and what I choose to reflect in my art and photography. I started to first draw in my early teens by trying to reproduce the art in the Golden Guides reference books on mammals. I was surprised to find that I could get some decent results if I took my time and tweaked my lines a little . I continued to draw here and there, not really steady though until I graduated high school. After graduation I was so busy working, socializing, and trying to make ends meet that I did not draw anything for over 30 years. Until one day when my son found some old drawings I had rolled up in a tube in the basement. He brought them upstairs and showed them to me and remarked that he never knew that I could draw and that I was good. My sons comment and me seeing my old work got me thinking about how I missed art in my life. I decided to go out and buy some drawing paper, but it took another year before I used it. Shortly after my reintroduction to drawing I had bought a set of colored pencils and have been enjoying learning this new media ever since.

 

Migrant field hands by Gerald Strine

 

Country Sunset by Gerald Strine

 

The Twenty by Gerald Strine

 

Catch Of The Day by Gerald Strine

 

Rain forest waterfall by Gerald Strine

 

el yunque stream by Gerald Strine

 

Fall Fishing by Gerald Strine

 

In pursuit of waterfowl by Gerald Strine

 

Catching Some Rays by Gerald Strine

 

Hello by Gerald Strine

 

Dog Tired by Gerald Strine

 

Fall at the lake by Gerald Strine

 

Shades Of Nature by Gerald Strine

 

Water abstract 1 by Gerald Strine

 

Water Abstract 2 by Gerald Strine

 

Gloryus Clouds 2 by Gerald Strine

 

Lake fog by Gerald Strine

 

Hawk and Handler by Gerald Strine

 

Awaiting The Hunt by Gerald Strine

 

Blue sky Falcon by Gerald Strine

 

Bird of Prey by Gerald Strine

 

White Wizzard by Gerald Strine

 

Princess dreams come true by Gerald Strine

 

Knight In Armor by Gerald Strine

 

Dancing and Pipeing by Gerald Strine

 

Those Shoes by Gerald Strine

 

Composed by Gerald Strine

 

Charm by Gerald Strine

 

Fire dancer Lelani by Gerald Strine

 

Tribal Fire by Gerald Strine

 

Lelani by Gerald Strine

 

Snuffing fire by Gerald Strine

 

Radiant by Gerald Strine

 

A Summer Sunrise by Gerald Strine

 

Native Maiden by Gerald Strine

 

First People by Gerald Strine

 

Garden Cat by Gerald Strine

 

Spring lilly by Gerald Strine

 

Swan Family by Gerald Strine

 

Lush by Gerald Strine

 

Water Sky Trees Feather by Gerald Strine

 

Fuzzy Wuzzy by Gerald Strine

 

Velociraptor by Gerald Strine

 

Into The Dawn by Gerald Strine

 

Snapper by Gerald Strine

 

Flight of the vulture by Gerald Strine

 

Phoenix Rising 1 by Gerald Strine

 

Phoenix Rsing 2 by Gerald Strine