Renée Buller Oils
Oil, 15x26, framed, $2800
Oil, 8x11, framed, $750
Oil, 8x10, framed, $725
Oil, 9x14, framed, $985
Renée Buller is a wildlife artist from Castle Rock, Colorado. Her application of oils on linen captures the abundance of the profound beauty in nature & wildlife. Renée is a Colorado native, and focuses her landscape and wildlife paintings on the habitat and animals of North America and beyond. She has been in and around wildlife and nature the entirety of her life. After apprenticing under her Father, wildlife sculptor, Stephen LeBlanc, Renée found her niche in flatwork.
"Her native connection to the vast beauty of Colorado, and the majestic Rocky mountains compelled Renée to begin drawing at a very young age. Along the many miles of hiking trails, she has absorbed the wildlife and scenery she has passed. Renée photographs her encounters, and returns to her studio wielding a hog-bristle paint brush to transfer her inspirations to canvas. Her strong Christian faith is with her always as she recreates her beloved Colorado landscapes and wildlife.
Renée’s collection of work takes your eyes from impressionistic to nearly photo realism as it hones your attention to the subject. Whether it is a lynx in the cool hues of snow or a herd of elk being perused by the Druid Wolf Pack in Yellowstone, her paintings come to life in a whole new way. Her study of the animals, their habitats and behavior are seen in her every stroke and attention to anatomical detail.
Renée Buller is quite simply at the beginning of a stellar painterly career that will only continue to soar. This young artist's perception and talent for bringing the beauty she views to a canvas is surpassed only by those who have chronological years on her. We can only imagine what heights she'll reach in the coming years. As she continues to paint and grow artistically, she will no doubt challenge the likes of great artists.
The art world is anxiously watching this young artist as she continues to evolve as one of Colorado's most talented and promising wildlife painters."
-Jan McNutt, Editor Art Review Magazine