Chester Fields is active/lives in Washington, Oregon. Chester Fields is known for monumental eagle and animal sculpture, bird painting.
Beginning in the mid-1980s to sculpt eagles because he feared they would become extinct, Chester Fields initially used a large amount of his own money to pay for his first sculpture. Called Splashdown, it was a four-feet high bald eagle swooping down to catch a rainbow trout. In 1985, this sculpture won the Best of Show at the C.M. Russell Auction in Great Falls, Montana. One of the series is in Maui, Hawaii at the Whalers' Village, and another is the focus of the Anheuser-Busch Company new nine-story building in St. Louis.
Fields was born in Dallas, Oregon, and moved at age 8 with his family to British Columbia, Canada. He earned a degree in graphic design at a college in Spokane, Washington, and then ... Displaying 750 of 1569 characters.