Kyle Sims Artist Art Prints "Field of huckleberries"
Sims is young, but he has an impressive portfolio of work that embodies the talent and experiences of a much more seasoned artist. His goal is to be the best painter he can be. Living in Montana and being surrounded by the many subjects he loves to paint, Sims travels and takes in all that the magnificent landscape offers. From spring wildflowers in the Grand Tetons to Mammoth Hot Springs in Yellowstone to snow-covered vistas throughout Big Sky country, Sims observes, sketches, and photographs animals to later bring them to life on canvas. He takes advantage of every opportunity to also paint on location. Crediting their advice and studying their techniques, Sims has observed and worked with some of the most admired artists painting today. Sims has also learned to interpret wildlife through first-hand experience. The artist believes, “The more interaction there is going on in the field, the better the storytelling – and the painting.”
The talented Sims credits his parents and his wife, Joylene, and their encouragement and total support of his work for his success. His parents recognized his talent and encouraged him through art lessons, while also taking Sims to art galleries where he was able to view works by some of the best wildlife painters in the country. His wife, Joylene, is Sims’ biggest fan and very much admires and supports the artist’s dedication to his painting.
Sims is a Signature Member of the Society of Animal Artists; he also participates in several prestigious venues such as the annual Masters of the American West at the Autry National Center, the Prix de West at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, and at the National Museum of Wildlife Art’s Western Visions Show. Sims’ works hang in many private collections throughout America.