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Cameron Bird
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Cameron Bird - Sunset on Lake of the Woods
Cameron Bird - Kenora Sundown
Cameron Bird - Prairie Dust - Buffalo
Cameron Bird - Red Dawn - Moose
Cameron Bird - Prairie King
Cameron Bird - Border Stroll
Cameron Bird - Stormbreak Lake Of The Woods
Cameron Bird - Autumn Patrol
Cameron Bird - Golden Glow - Kootenay Crossing
Cameron Bird - My Territory
Cameron Bird - Pumpkin Harvest
Cameron Bird - Winter Twilight Near Cache Creek
Cameron Bird - On a Winter's Night
Cameron Bird - Aspen Patterns
Cameron Bird - September at III Mile
Cameron Bird - Aspen Trio
Cameron Bird - September South of Quesnel, BC
Cameron Bird - Looking West from Longview, AB
Cameron Bird - Backwater Evening
Cameron Bird - Canadian Winter

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Cameron Bird has grown up with a passion for the outdoors.He began his career with sketching, which he continues to this day as reference for his larger studio oils.His formal art training took place at Emily Carr College of Art and Capilano College where he studied commercial art; as well he completed studies in professional sign painting.

Each year Cameron gathers reference for his work while fishing, camping and hiking in the mountains and outdoors.A particular interest for Cameron is to carry his paint box with him and capture the subjects first hand.

Having studied many artists from history, Cameron is drawn to the work of Illingworth Kerr, Maynard Dixon, Carl Rungius and in particular Canadian artists Keith C Smith and Emily Carr.Cameron studied with KC Smith for over ten years.KC helped Cameron find the knowledge and courage to produce work of power and simplicity.KC always taught him to simplify and make each brush stroke count.Cameron has always admired the use of bold color and heavy impasto.

Cameron worked as a pack horse guide in the mountains to provide him with the first hand material and reference for his paintings.He believes this experience in the wild gives his work an added authenticity and true appreciation for nature.

Cameron has been painting professionally since 1989 and full time since 1999.Cameron has had many one man and group exhibitions and is represented in a number of art galleries.He currently lives in the interior of British Columbia with his wife and son and continues to capture and explore the wild and its animals.