Jennifer O'Cualain

Artwork

A Roadrunner's Focus, 2019

Jennifer O'Cualain

A Roadrunner's Focus, 2019

Oil

7 x 5 in

Badger On Red (1/25), 2018

Jennifer O'Cualain

Badger On Red (1/25), 2018

Giclee on Paper

6 x 6 in

Black And Blue (1/25), 2018

Jennifer O'Cualain

Black And Blue (1/25), 2018

Giclee on Paper

7 x 14 in

Black Bear Portrait, 2019

Jennifer O'Cualain

Black Bear Portrait, 2019

Oil

4 x 4 in

Dust Bunny (3/25), 2018

Jennifer O'Cualain

Dust Bunny (3/25), 2018

Giclee on Paper

6.50 x 16 in

Hide and Go  Peep (2/25), 2018

Jennifer O'Cualain

Hide and Go Peep (2/25), 2018

Giclee on Paper

7 x 14 in

Nest, 2019

Jennifer O'Cualain

Nest, 2019

Oil

3.50 x 4.50 in

Raccoon Portrait, 2019

Jennifer O'Cualain

Raccoon Portrait, 2019

Oil

4 x 4 in

Roadrunner on Sage (2/25), 2018

Jennifer O'Cualain

Roadrunner on Sage (2/25), 2018

Giclee on Paper

6 x 6 in

Stop and Smell the Daisies (1/25), 2018

Jennifer O'Cualain

Stop and Smell the Daisies (1/25), 2018

Giclee on Paper

8 x 10.50 in

Trout Snout III (1/25), 2018

Jennifer O'Cualain

Trout Snout III (1/25), 2018

Giclee on Paper

6 x 6 in

Wolf On Rust (1/25), 2018

Jennifer O'Cualain

Wolf On Rust (1/25), 2018

Giclee on Paper

6 x 6 in

Arizona Cottontail (3/25), 2018

Jennifer O'Cualain

Arizona Cottontail (3/25), 2018

Giclee on Paper

5.50 x 15 in

Bee True, 2019

Jennifer O'Cualain

Bee True, 2019

Oil

2.50 x 2.50 in

Black and Blue II (1/25), 2018

Jennifer O'Cualain

Black and Blue II (1/25), 2018

Giclee on Paper

6.50 x 15 in

Bobcat On Mint  (1/25), 2018

Jennifer O'Cualain

Bobcat On Mint (1/25), 2018

giclee on paper

6 x 6 in

Fidgeting With Figs (1/25), 2018

Jennifer O'Cualain

Fidgeting With Figs (1/25), 2018

Giclee on canvas

1.50 x 15.50 in

Hummingbird on Palo Verde

Jennifer O'Cualain

Hummingbird on Palo Verde

oil

4.75 x 11 in

Nibbler (1/25), 2018

Jennifer O'Cualain

Nibbler (1/25), 2018

Giclee on Paper

7 x 14 in

Ravenous (2/25), 2018

Jennifer O'Cualain

Ravenous (2/25), 2018

Giclee on Paper

13 x 13.50 in

Slow Burn (6/25), 2018

Jennifer O'Cualain

Slow Burn (6/25), 2018

Giclee on Paper

7 x 18 in

The Offering (2/25), 2018

Jennifer O'Cualain

The Offering (2/25), 2018

Giclee on Paper

7.50 x 18 in

When Life Gives You Lemons - Giclee Framed (2/25), 2019

Jennifer O'Cualain

When Life Gives You Lemons - Giclee Framed (2/25), 2019

Giclee

9 x 18 in

Your Eyes Are Bigger Than Your Stomach (2/25), 2018

Jennifer O'Cualain

Your Eyes Are Bigger Than Your Stomach (2/25), 2018

Giclee on Paper

6.50 x 14 in

Arizona Cottontail II (1/25), 2018

Jennifer O'Cualain

Arizona Cottontail II (1/25), 2018

Giclee on Paper

9.50 x 20 in

Bighorn On Yellow (1/25), 2018

Jennifer O'Cualain

Bighorn On Yellow (1/25), 2018

Giclee on paper

6 x 6 in

Black Bear on Golden (2/25), 2018

Jennifer O'Cualain

Black Bear on Golden (2/25), 2018

Giclee on Paper

6 x 6 in

Bobcat Portrait, 2019

Jennifer O'Cualain

Bobcat Portrait, 2019

Oil

4 x 4 in

Flamingo (2/25), 2018

Jennifer O'Cualain

Flamingo (2/25), 2018

Giclee on Paper

7.50 x 6 in

Keep Your Eyes On The Prize (1/25), 2018

Jennifer O'Cualain

Keep Your Eyes On The Prize (1/25), 2018

Giclee on Paper

10.25 x 20 in

Picky Eater (5/25), 2018

Jennifer O'Cualain

Picky Eater (5/25), 2018

Giclee on Paper

8 x 18 in

Red Fox on Green (1/25), 2018

Jennifer O'Cualain

Red Fox on Green (1/25), 2018

Giclee on Paper

6 x 6 in

Slow Burn - Giclee Framed (25/2), 2019

Jennifer O'Cualain

Slow Burn - Giclee Framed (25/2), 2019

Giclee

9 x 20 in

Trout Snout I (1/25), 2018

Jennifer O'Cualain

Trout Snout I (1/25), 2018

Giclee on Paper

6 x 6 in

When Life Gives You Lemons.... (1/25), 2018

Jennifer O'Cualain

When Life Gives You Lemons.... (1/25), 2018

Giclee on Paper

9 x 18 in

Your Eyes Are Bigger Than Your Stomach (1/25), 2018

Jennifer O'Cualain

Your Eyes Are Bigger Than Your Stomach (1/25), 2018

Giclee on canvas

9 x 18 in

As Evening Approaches (1/25), 2018

Jennifer O'Cualain

As Evening Approaches (1/25), 2018

Giclee on canvas

18 x 23 in

Bison On Golden (1/25), 2018

Jennifer O'Cualain

Bison On Golden (1/25), 2018

Giclee on Paper

6 x 6 in

Black Bear On Mint Green (2/25), 2018

Jennifer O'Cualain

Black Bear On Mint Green (2/25), 2018

Giclee on Paper

6 x 6 in

Burrowing Owl

Jennifer O'Cualain

Burrowing Owl

Oil

3.75 x 2.50 in

Good Hair Day

Jennifer O'Cualain

Good Hair Day

Oil

8.50 x 4.50 in

Love Stinks (5/25), 2018

Jennifer O'Cualain

Love Stinks (5/25), 2018

Giclee on Paper

13 x 18 in

Puma On Sage (2/25), 2018

Jennifer O'Cualain

Puma On Sage (2/25), 2018

Giclee on Paper

6 x 6 in

Red Fox Portrait, 2019

Jennifer O'Cualain

Red Fox Portrait, 2019

Oil

4 x 4 in

Squashed Dreams (1/25), 2018

Jennifer O'Cualain

Squashed Dreams (1/25), 2018

Giclee on canvas

9 x 18 in

Trout Snout II (1/25), 2018

Jennifer O'Cualain

Trout Snout II (1/25), 2018

Giclee on Paper

6 x 6 in

Wolf on Cool Blue (2/25), 2018

Jennifer O'Cualain

Wolf on Cool Blue (2/25), 2018

Giclee on Paper

6 x 6 in

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Jennifer O'Cualain
Artist's Biography Jennifer O’Cualain is a prolific painter of all things natural. Her popular wildlife paintings touch on the idea of illustrating the simple and honest physical characteristics of many species ranging from field mice to bison.“I strive to make my paintings more like portraits than typical animal art. The feel of fur under your hand is a relatively universal goal, but I want my viewer to get a sense of the individual animal.” After graduating from Arizona State University in 1995 with a Bachelor’s Degree in painting, Jennifer continued to attend figure drawing classes. As a people portrait artist throughout high school and college, she knew that one day her love of animals would need to become a larger part of her everyday life. Now she has the opportunity to continue developing her ability to capture a likeness with her desire to spend time with animals. “Traveling has allowed me to get close to animals in the wild in a way like I’d never expected. Last year I stood 10 feet away from a mature Rocky Mountain Bighorn sheep while visiting Glacier National Monument. He stood only briefly while I stared in awe. I could see deep into his big dark eyes. This majestic wild animal had no fear of me, in fact, I almost felt as if he were as curious about me as I was about him. I feel an absolutely real sense that there is much more communication between humans and animals than anyone really considers.” Jennifer has won countless awards for her work including a full scholarship to the Art Institute of Southern California at Laguna Beach, a full scholarship to attend Arizona State University and a cash scholarship offered only once by critically acclaimed James Reynolds, CAA.In 2010, Jennifer was honored by the Oil Painter’s of America for Animals Award of Excellence for Associate and Signature members. Artist's Statement Jennifer O’Cualain is a prolific painter of all things natural. Her popular wildlife paintings touch on the idea of illustrating the simple and honest physical characteristics of many species ranging from field mice to bison.“I strive to make my paintings more like portraits than typical animal art. The feel of fur under your hand is a relatively universal goal, but I want my viewer to get a sense of the individual animal.” After graduating from Arizona State University in 1995 with a Bachelor’s Degree in painting, Jennifer continued to attend figure drawing classes. As a people portrait artist throughout high school and college, she knew that one day her love of animals would need to become a larger part of her everyday life. Now she has the opportunity to continue developing her ability to capture a likeness with her desire to spend time with animals. “Traveling has allowed me to get close to animals in the wild in a way like I’d never expected. Last year I stood 10 feet away from a mature Rocky Mountain Bighorn sheep while visiting Glacier National Monument. He stood only briefly while I stared in awe. I could see deep into his big dark eyes. This majestic wild animal had no fear of me, in fact, I almost felt as if he were as curious about me as I was about him. I feel an absolutely real sense that there is much more communication between humans and animals than anyone really considers.” Jennifer has won countless awards for her work including a full scholarship to the Art Institute of Southern California at Laguna Beach, a full scholarship to attend Arizona State University and a cash scholarship offered only once by critically acclaimed James Reynolds, CAA.In 2010, Jennifer was honored by the Oil Painter’s of America for Animals Award of Excellence for Associate and Signature members. :
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