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 Nicholas Coleman  (1978 - )

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Lived/Active: Utah      Known for: landscape, still life and wildlife painting

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Nicholas Coleman
Through the Sage, 20 x 16
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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Nicholas Coleman is the son of wildlife artist Michael Coleman and has been greatly influenced by his father who encouraged him to paint as a child. The artist described his style as realistic with an impressionistic feel. He doesn't mind being compared to his father whom he admires and knows that with time he will develop his own style and subject matter. Nicholas Coleman is an outdoorsman and a natural history enthusiast; both interests play an important role in his art.

Source: Wildlife Art, March 2004

Both Nicholas and Michael Morgan Coleman are featured in Sporting Classics Magazine. July/August 2010 in "The Sporting Life", by Jameson Parker.

Biography from Trailside Galleries:
Coleman was born in 1978, in the town of Provo, Utah. He has been painting and drawing ever since he can remember. He has always loved to spend time outdoors. The only time when he is indoors is when he’s painting things he brought back from the field.

Coleman has traveled extensively through Europe, looking to history, and the many art museums for inspiration. He has also traveled much with his father fishing and hunting in Africa, and many places in North America. Along the way, he took photographs and painted studies for later works. Living and working in Brazil on a mission also inspired him.

Coleman looks to many different artists’ besides his father, Michael Coleman, for inspiration. A few are Charles Russell, Fredrick Edwin Church, William Turner, Thomas Moran, Albert Bierstadt, Frederick Remington, Philip R. Goodwin, Ray Harris Ching, and Bruno Liljefors. Coleman likes the traditional academic approach to his paintings. He paints with gouache and oil. He also wants to get better at etching and sculpture.

His father said to him once, “You’re only as good as your last painting.” So he can never stop painting. He only plans to keep working harder and harder at the one thing he loves best. When Coleman paints he doesn’t like to label his style as realism. There is a certain spontaneity and impressionistic feel to his paintings. As a painter, he tries to involve his viewers into the painting with the time of day, and a mood to where the viewer can walk into the painting.

Recent Awards include the Award of Merit for Wildlife at the Artist of a New Century exhibition at the Bennington Center for the Arts in Vermont.

Biography from Altermann Galleries and Auctioneers, IV:
Nicholas Coleman was born in Provo, Utah, the son of Michael Coleman, who is known for his landscapes and animal works. Brought up in an artistic environment, Coleman has been painting and drawing for as long as he can remember. He has traveled with his father extensively, painting studies and taking photographs for later works along the way. Preferring to be outside, the only time Coleman stays indoors is when he is painting from objects or studies brought back from the field.

His travels have taken him across North America, through Africa, and Europe. Coleman lived and worked in Brazil for two years, as well. Coleman finds inspiration through his travels, and the hunting and fishing he does along the way, as well as in history, art museums and other artists. These include his father, C.M. Russell, William Turner, Thomas Moran, Albert Bierstadt, and Frederic Remington.

Coleman uses a traditional academic approach in his painting, using gouache and oil. However, he doesn’t like to label his style as “realism,” as there is a certain amount of spontaneity and a slight impressionistic feel to his paintings. Coleman endeavors to create a connection between his paintings and the observer by invoking a mood that the viewer can walk into.

He plans to continue working hard at what he loves; his father told him, “you are only as good as your last painting,” so Coleman continually strives to improve his abilities. Never one to miss an opportunity, he also wants to improve his etching and sculpting skills.

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AskArt.com, Southwest Art magazine

Biography from Alderwood Fine Art:
Nicholas Coleman was born in Provo, Utah.  Brought up in an artistic environment, Coleman has been painting and drawing for as long as he can remember.  He has traveled extensively, painting studies and taking photographs for later works.  His travels have taken him across North America, through Africa, and Europe.  Coleman lived and worked in Brazil for two years. Coleman continues to find inspiration through his travels. 

Influences include Frank Tenney Johnson, Bruno Liljefors, Philip R. Goodwin, to name a few.  Coleman uses a traditional academic approach in his painting, using gouache and oil. However, he doesn’t like to label his style as “realism,” as there is a certain amount of spontaneity and a slight impressionistic feel to his paintings. 

Coleman endeavors to create a connection between his paintings and the observer by invoking a mood that the viewer can walk into.  He plans to continue working hard at what he loves; his father told him, “you are only as good as your last painting,” so Coleman continually strives to improve his abilities.  Never one to miss an opportunity, he also wants to improve his etching and sculpting skills.

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