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​Open Edition Prints on Paper or Canvas. High quality archival inks.

Various sizes available of the works displayed below:

To Order :

mobile - +27 (0) 78 351 7793
email - penelopehunterart@gmail.com

Lion juvenile - GH022
Elephant Herd GH002
Cheetah - GH009
Zebras Drinking - GH014
Lionesses drinking - GH006
Kudu Female - GH019
Lion in Grass - GH024
Following the Scent -GH008
Male Lion - GH001
Lioness in full stride - GH020
Cheetah Confidence -GH021
Cheetah - GH004
Zebras and Foal - GH007
Cheatah Lookout  - GH016
3 Buffalos- GH017
2 Young Lions - GH012
2 Kudu Bulls - GH25
Male Kudu- GH003
Leopard- GH018
Cheetahs Resting - GH015
Cheetah, Dawn Rising - GH013
Elephants and Dust - GH011
Cheetah Walking - GH010
 
Geoff Hunter
(22 November 1949 -16 February 2017)
In loving memory of my dear father, friend, mentor

 

Geoff Hunter was born in 1949 and spent his youth on a farm in the Eastern Cape Province in South Africa. After matric he studied fine art and Graphic Design at the Johannesburg College of Art, spending the following thirty years in advertising, specializing in commercial illustration.​

His experience in drawing and in all mediums over three decades and a childhood love of the Southern African bushveld and its animals has led Geoff to a dedicated profession as a wildlife artist, providing him the opportunity to get up close to his subject matter.

The precision needed in animal drawing and the loose, spontaneous flair needed for abstract painting is not often found in the same artist...one has to be able to think and execute in both modes during the creative process - jumping between opposing sets of mental paradigms.

The "lightness" of his palette and the "sparseness" of his composition result in deceptively simple works...showing a confidence and fluency in execution that has resulted in a very distinctive personal style.

​Hunter's devotion to accuracy, detail and respective "textures" of the animals offer the viewer a glimpse of the beauty and mystery found in our wild animal kingdom.

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