Cynthie Fisher Artist "Pheasants"
Cynthie Fisher of Hamilton, Montana, is a self-taught wildlife artist, working mostly in acrylics. She has been painting full-time for almost thirty years, concentrating mainly on depicting unique animal behaviors and interactions, learned from a lifetime of studying and observing wildlife. Her mediums of choice include acrylic, oil, graphite, bronze, and even fused glass.
She has a degree in zoology, a vital field of study for her choice of artistic interpretations. She also enjoys avian taxidermy, and learns a great deal about anatomy from her subjects.
Cynthie displays her art at several prestigious national art shows, including the Safari Club International,the Wild Sheep Foundation, and the Dallas Safari Club. She donates regularly to many conservation and hunting groups nationwide, and has over 150 of her images in print.