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 Gary J. Keimig  (1941 - )

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Lived/Active: Wyoming      Known for: Western landscape, illustration, wildlife

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Gary Keimig
from Auction House Records.
Bighorn Canyon
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Biography from Blackhawk Gallery:
Gary J. Keimig is an artist focused on the grandeur of nature and reflects his ongoing love of the outdoors. Keimig was born to a pioneer Wyoming family and spent his earliest years on the Keimig ranch near Jay Em, Wyoming. At an early age, he moved with his family to Casper, where his kinship with nature was nurtured by the opportunity to grow up south of Casper along the base of Casper Mountain. Often, he trekked over the foothills and the mountain developing the love for the outdoors that he now portrays through his art work.

Keimig is a self-taught artist whose media includes oil, pen and ink, acrylic and watercolor, which is his favorite. His use of watercolor is unique in that he uses transparent watercolors as both washes and mixed with white tempera and have the look of "oil". His style is realistic, personal, and factual.

Keimig has had work reproduced in publications including "Wyoming Wildlife", "Fur-Fish-Game", "National Parkways"- guidebooks and calendars, Trailwest Cards, "High Country News", "Wyoming Field Science" publications; Biological Sciences Curriculum Studies- biology book illustrations and a college botany book for the University of California, as well as illustration work in numerous books and publications nationwide.

Artist Statement:
"I moved to Northwest Wyoming in 1978, where I found an extremely unique area with a real variety in wildlife and habitat. This is a vast region of mountains and massive glaciers, crystal lakes and thundering cascades. Huge herds of elk, pronghorn, bighorn sheep, mule deer, moose and grizzly grace the landscape. It is a land of a thousand voices and is filled with the creature presence of God. It is a fragile land that cries out to the soul. Seek is out on its terms and it will capture your spirit. You will return and return and still you will not get enough.I was touched by that spirit as a young boy and through my paintings I try to touch others. I consider my paintings successful when the viewer is equally touched and in turn catches a glimpse of that enduring spirit of wilderness and meaning within himself/herself."

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