Nicholas Wilson has been a wildlife artist for over 50 years. His paintings, bronzes and original prints (wood engravings and copperplate etchings) have been exhibited around the world: The Leigh Yawkey Woodson Museum, Wausau, WI; the Natural History Museum in London and Scotland; the Society of Wood Engravers, throughout England; the Mini Prints Exhibit in Berlin and Denmark and the Modesto Museum of Art, Modesto, CA.
Mr. Wilson’s monumental bronzes are in permanent collection at The Booth Western Art Museum (“Natural Flow”, 14 ft.), Cartersville, GA, the University, of AZ (“Wildcat Family”, 11 ½”ft.), Tucson, AZ , an (7 ft. firefighter bronze monument) for the Hamilton County Firefighters Memorial, Noblesville, Indiana and at the Tubac Center of the Arts (“Tubac Jack”, 7 ½ ft.). His paintings and prints are in collection at The Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Wausau, WI, The Booth Western Art Museum, Cartersville GA, The Natural Heritage Museum, The Cowboy Hall of fame, Oklahoma City, OK, as a Master Artist at the Tubac Center of the Arts and a 16,250 square ft. mural in the Jungle World Exhibit at the Bronx Zoo, Bronx, NY.
Recently, Mr. Wilson has received an “Outstanding Overseas Artist” award from the Society of Wood Engravers (SWE) in London, England and invited to become a member of the hundred year old Society of Wood Engravers. He is also a member of the Wood Engravers Network (WEN) here in the United States.