Nicholas Coleman
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Black Bear Family-SOLD

oil on linen mounted on board
9h x 12w in
22.86h x 30.48w cm
SOLD

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Black Capped Chickadee

oil on linen
8h x 10w in
20.32h x 25.40w cm
$2,000

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Blackfoot Camp

oil on canvas board
12h x 16w in
30.48h x 40.64w cm
$4,000

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Brother of the Deer

oil on linen
30h x 40w in
76.20h x 101.60w cm
$14,000

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Day's End-SOLD

oil on canvas board
9h x 12w in
22.86h x 30.48w cm
SOLD

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Life On The Edge

oil on linen mounted on board
22h x 28w in
55.88h x 71.12w cm
$7,500

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On the Trail of the Buffalo

oil on linen
40h x 50w in
101.60h x 127w cm
$20,000

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Shoreline Camp-SOLD

oil on linen
24h x 46w in
60.96h x 116.84w cm
SOLD

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To The Call

oil on linen mounted on board
12h x 16w in
30.48h x 40.64w cm
$4,000

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Uninvited Guests

oil on linen mounted on board
36h x 48w in
91.44h x 121.92w cm
$18,000

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Winter in Yellowstone-SOLD

oil on board mounted on linen
14h x 20w in
35.56h x 50.80w cm
SOLD

Biography

Nicholas Coleman, b. 1978, Provo, Utah (United States)

Brought up in an artistic home, Coleman has been painting and drawing for as long as he can remember. Coleman has found much of his inspiration in his travels across North America, Canada, Europe and even into Africa. Hunting and fishing along the way his interest often include exploring hidden streams and valleys looking for signs of wildlife.  He gained an appreciation for the subtle details hidden in plain sight.  In his own words he wants to "preserve the heritage of the American West."  Coleman uses a traditional academic approach in his painting, never formally trained he looks to the masters of old to inspire and guide his own career.  His work definitely has a feel of realism as he strives to make each painting better than the next. There is a certain amount of spontaneity and a slight impressionistic feel to his paintings, that let the viewer participate in the work. Coleman endeavors to create a connection between his paintings and the observer by invoking a mood that the viewer can walk into. In Nicholas's words,"The work I am striving to produce, is a kind of preservation of a certain way of life. The West has always fascinated me. So many untold stories to tell!”

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