Wildflowers
Wildflowers
Tucked In For The Day
Tucked In For The Day
Treetop Professor
Treetop Professor
Summer Solace
Summer Solace
Straw Baby
Straw Baby
Rim Cat - Mountain Lion
Rim Cat - Mountain Lion
Quiet & Alert (Ocelot)
Quiet & Alert (Ocelot)
Monsoon Morning
Monsoon Morning
In Residence
In Residence
Gone Fishing
Gone Fishing
Give Back - Wood Engraving
Give Back - Wood Engraving
Giclee - Tree Ornament (Unframed) Available Framed
Giclee - Tree Ornament (Unframed) Available Framed
Giclee - Freedom Of Flight (Unframed) Available Framed
Giclee - Freedom Of Flight (Unframed) Available Framed
Giclee - Cuckoo At The Pot Shop - Roadrunner (Unframed) - Available Framed
Giclee - Cuckoo At The Pot Shop - Roadrunner (Unframed) - Available Framed
Freedom of Flight
Freedom of Flight
Desert Scene
Desert Scene
Daylight Moon
Daylight Moon
Coyote Drifters
Coyote Drifters
Canyon Baron
Canyon Baron
Beneath the Sycamore - Wood Engraving
Beneath the Sycamore - Wood Engraving
Among Friends
Among Friends
11:11
11:11


Strong interest in nature at eight years of age led to Wilson's development as a nationally recognized artist today. As Curator of Exhibits at the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum in the early 70's, his abilities and sensitivities were further enhanced. Wilson's artwork is in private and corporate collections across the United States. His work has been exhibited in museums in the states and abroad -- Smithsonian, National Geographic Society, London Museum of Natural History and the Scotland Museum of Natural History. He is also published in various magazines and books. Wilson is a self-taught artist and has lived in Arizona for 33 years. "Nick Wilson has the rarest qualities of being in complete harmony with his subject matter. The intensity and depth of his study and concern for wildlife is inescapable for him and is as well for those who appreciate his artistic efforts. He has evolved a style of work that allows him to convey the most subtle and delicate of the Southwest's boundless natural wildlife. His total commitment is-as coyote to desert-one." --Paul A. Rossi, Artist & former Director, Gilcrease Institute of American History & Art