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Ronnie Wells

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Sculptor Ronnie Wells. Photo by Gary Clark as pictured in the October 1998 issue of "Southern Living" magazine.

Sculptor Ronnie Wells is blessed with outstanding ability as both a painter and a sculptor. After receiving his degree of fine arts from Louisiana Tech University in 1968, Wells became a full-time professional artist. His pursuit of perfection and constant desire to seek realism has cemented his foothold as one of the nation's premiere wildlife artists. Also, by being an avid fly-fisherman and a duck hunter most of his life, Wells infuses a sportsman's insight in all of his artwork.

Wells has received much recognition in his career, including being honored as the 1997 Texas State Artist of the Year. Wells has also become recognized as being a monumental sculptor in recent years. His seven foot sculpture of two landing mallards can be viewed at the Ducks Unlimited corporate headquarters in Memphis, TN.

Recently, Wells also added "published author" to his long list of credentials. He both wrote and illustrated his own children's book titled "The Legend of Catfish and Little Bream".

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Sculptor Ronnie Wells instructs children in a clay class at a Barnes & Noble store in Bloomington, IL.

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Large and Monumental Wildlife Figures:

gale winds and mallards great blue splendor great blue heron silver king

Large and Monumental Human Figures:

once upon a time lumberjack

Smaller Bird Figures:

gale winds and mallards maquette wild apples and woodcock phantom of the orchard bobwhite covey the covey
green heron repose roughsea canvasbacks bobwhite the godwits southern beauties
featherweights snipe flight morning doves the single burning and turning
timberdoodle canada goose silent wings bald eagle instrusion
pintail pair evening roost green winged flurry the can

Other Smaller Wildlife Figures:

autumn run the ram rocky mountain refuge whitetail deer distant sound
freedom run predator vigil tarpon speck
red prairie monarch the lab

Smaller Human Figures:

flurry of teal flyfisherman red release mohawk wind and the warrior
split covey

Functional Fine Art:

lion's head canvasback bookends moose bookends

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