, 2009, by Tom Uttech (American, b. 1942)
Teeming with life, optimism, and a sometimes improbable congregation of species, the paintings of Tom Uttech (American, b. 1942) celebrate natural abundance and diversity and evoke a spiritual connection with the wilderness. From treks through unspoiled forests in Wisconsin and Ontario, the artist gleans impressions later expressed in monumental landscapes such as Enassamishhinjijweian
(Ojibwe for “hope of good things to come”). Part visionary, part realist, Uttech hopes his paintings will inspire deeper care for our natural world.
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