Autumn Encounter on the Yellowstone Plateau by Larry Zabel
In 1988, Larry and his wife Sharon moved to Montana. “Montana has the things that I fantasize about… cowboys, Indians, and grizzly bears”, says Zabel. At first, Zabel focused on cowboys and Indians as his subject, but now has started painting a wide variety of wildlife found in Montana. Larry Zabel’s art, prints and posters have earned him numerous awards including Best Painting at the Charlie Russel Auction Show and Artist of the Year at the Southern Maryland Wildlife Festival.
He was chosen as a panelist for the National Endowment for the Arts and has shown his art, prints and posters in such prestigious places as the Salmagundi Club, the Hollyhock House, the White House, the Smithsonian, the Pentagon, and the office of Senator Conrad Burns in Washington D.C.
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