Friday, April 18, 2014

Artists

Lee Stroncek

"Beginning with my childhood and continuing to this day, I have had a love affair with lakes, ponds, rivers and streams that borders on obsessive," says artist Lee Stroncek. "These forms of water have provided me with endless hours of pleasure, solitude and solace." A native of Minnesota, Stroncek studied wildlife and fisheries biology at the University of Montana and the University of Alaska, and completed two years of intensive art instruction at Colorado State University. He has been a full-time artist since 1980 and most frequently paints outdoor-related subjects. His work has appeared in Field & Stream, Southwest Art,…

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Spring Evening, Spanish Creek Valley

Spring Evening, Spanish Creek Valley

Lee Stroncek

Oil
12" x 16"
$1,400

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Song of Spring, Specimen Ridge

Song of Spring, Specimen Ridge

Lee Stroncek

Oil
10" x 12"
$1,000

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Call of the Canyon Wren

Call of the Canyon Wren

Lee Stroncek

Oil
12" x 16"
$1,500

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Springtime on the Range

Springtime on the Range

Lee Stroncek

Oil
11" x 14"
$1,200

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Evening on the Snake

Evening on the Snake

Lee Stroncek

Oil
12" x 16"
$1,600

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South Park Morning

South Park Morning

Lee Stroncek

Oil
12" x 16"
$1,500

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Lifting Fog, Yellowstone River

Lifting Fog, Yellowstone River

Lee Stroncek

Oil
16" X 20"
$2,300

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Springtime, Virgin Valley (Utah)

Springtime, Virgin Valley (Utah)

Lee Stroncek

Oil
10" X 12"
$1,100

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"Beginning with my childhood and continuing to this day, I have had a love affair with lakes, ponds, rivers and streams that borders on obsessive," says artist Lee Stroncek. "These forms of water have provided me with endless hours of pleasure, solitude and solace." A native of Minnesota, Stroncek studied wildlife and fisheries biology at the University of Montana and the University of Alaska, and completed two years of intensive art instruction at Colorado State University. He has been a full-time artist since 1980 and most frequently paints outdoor-related subjects. His work has appeared in Field & Stream, Southwest Art, Yankee and Gray's Sporting Journal and is in the permanent collection of the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson, Wyoming. He resides in Bozeman, Montana with his wife.

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