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NOTES: Mating Call Bull Elk The North American Continent is full of wonders and one of them is the Elk. Once elk was a plains animal, just like the bison. Human pressure like hunting and expanding agriculture and farming made this impressive creature choose the forest as its habitat. An amazing change, because the size of its antlers makes it difficult to move and run among the trees and the sometimes dense undergrowth. I am not the only one who classifies the elk as his favorite deer species (moose might be the second one). Like many of my fellow artists I dont get tired of painting this majestic animal. My favorite place to spot elk is Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming. In the fall, when Aspen turns bright yellow, with the typical clear blue sky of the Indian summer, the scene starts to vibrate when the terrifying sound of a bugling elk is heard in the distance. It is one of those amazing things that happened millions of years ago on our wonderful planet. How privileged we are that we can witness such incredible moments and how privileged I feel that as an artist I can paint such wonder..
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love for all creatures, from the friendly to the ferocious, is evident in his masterful attention to their every detail; nothing is overlooked. With his imagination, Brenders is able to get close enough to wild animals so that he can almost feel their textures. Consequently, his work has a tactile reality, giving us the sense of having been where even the most intrepid of field guides have not ventured. Of this ability Brenders says, "A painter is a privileged being, because in his imagination he can come very close to the animals he paints. In reality, one can never come this close to wild animals, particularly if they are predators. Brenders' insistence on anatomical perfection in his paintings stems from his philosophy that nature, itself, is perfection: "That is why I paint the way I do with so much detail and so much realism " I want to capture that perfection," he says.