Greg Beecham is a wildlife artist who lives in the Wyoming Rockies where he co-exists with the subjects he paints. He makes his home in Dubois, WY where he and his wife, Lu, enjoy a life of riding their horses, hunting, cowboying, and last but not least wildlife watching. He also lives to honor the sanctity of life and the beauty of nature. His motto is “Do all things as unto the Lord, and get so good you can’t be ignored.”

His father, the late Tom Beecham who was also an artist was Greg's only art teacher. Although he didn't pursue art while in high school, he studied it with his father after serving in the Navy and going to college. He has been painting ever since for 33 years and hasn't looked back once.

As an artist, his technique is to "sculpt with paint", which to him means to paint in such a way that there is not only the illusion of dimension, but a genuine depth to the paint itself. He has become an incomparable interpreter of fur, skin, muscle and movement. He can capture the reality of an animal in motion but also the personality behind the expression.

Greg Beecham's art has been featured in museums around the U.S., such as the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson Hole, WY, The Eiteljorg Museum of Indian and Western art in Indianapolis, Indiana and the Western Rendezvous of Art in Helena, Montana. He has also won numerous awards and been featured in many art magazines.

He is a man who has found his calling in life and is fortunate enough to be living the life of his dreams. He paints all different species of wildlife but the beautiful artwork shown below is that of the magnificent wolves. Enjoy his wonderful portrayals of the life of the wolf and it's pack.

Photos Copyrighted Greg Beecham
Official Website of Greg Beecham

Responses to "Greg Beecham - American Artist of the Wild West."

  1. Anonymous says:

    So Beautiful

  2. Lee Bennington says:

    you are right up there with Al Agnew....he is a favorite artist of mine and I do believe you now share that space....beautiful work Greg Beecham....

  3. Anonymous says:

    wow, fantastic work Greg ! Congratulations ! Bea

  4. Ronda Scheel says:

    Greg is an incredible artist. could look at these pictures all day long.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Absolutely beautiful animals...your work is wonderful!!

  6. Anonymous says:

    Wow. Inspiring.

  7. ...really extraordinary alive - great work!!!

  8. Anonymous says:

    Absolutely beautiful paintings capturing the personality of the wolf perfectly. You have a wonderful talent. Thank you for sharing it.

  9. utpal says:

    I am not lone wolf anymore.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Wow these are beautiful. I love them all.

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  12. Anonymous says:

    Such beautiful animals, Thank you for sharing.

  13. diana chadbourne says:

    great work you've captured the heart and soul of this most fantastic spirit

  14. Anonymous says:

    these pictures are great not seen the like for ages

  15. Anonymous says:

    If only everyone could see wolves through your eyes, magnificent beautiful animals.
    Hunting should be banned in all states immediately.

  16. Anonymous says:

    As an Artist myself your art is Amazing but wish you wernt a hunter just pray you don't hunt the majestic wolf

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  18. Wm. Kane says:

    Very Pro!! Thanks for the Gifts.... we used to own Whites....only missing them more n, more all the time!!

  19. Jack Ward, Ph.D. says:

    I gather you have been working from photographs you've shot, and you have spent a fair amount of time in the Arctic - maybe Northern Canada?

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