Terry Isaac

Internationally acclaimed wildlife artist Terry Isaac now lives in Penticton, BC. His love affair with nature provides the inspiration for his paintings — anything from a bird or flower in his own backyard to the captivating vistas of the west.

A chance meeting with legendary wildlife artist Robert Bateman in the 1980s helped launch his professional career. Since then he has strived to capture “magical moments in nature” that appear with the right lighting, colour, and atmospheric conditions. He is inspired by large dramatic panoramas as well as close-up views of animal behaviour.

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Coastal wolf with a salmon in its month.
Photo by Dene Rossouw.