“Guy is an amazingly diverse artist, meticulous in creating an authentic environment for his subject and a master at reproducing nuances of natural light to illuminate the scene.”
Since 1991, Guy Coheleach has displayed one-man exhibitions at major museums from Los Angeles to New York. His work is inspired by frequent travels to national parks, Alaska, Europe, South America, and Africa. His extensive traveling has given him unique personal experiences with animals resulting in a deep understanding of nature. Coheleach’s recent work reflects his years of experience observing animals in the wild.
AFC President and Founder, Jeff Whiting explains: “Guy is a true master of the nature and wildlife art genres, and a lifelong patron of wildlife conservation causes. For nearly 50 years, Guy has channeled his talent to generating funds to support wildlife conservation around the world.” Guy Coheleach has donated his art for over 40 years to help many conservation causes. His paintings have received the Society of Animal Artists Award of Excellence an unprecedented eight times. He has also received the Artists for Conservation Foundation Medal of Excellence.