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Status: In Stock Available | Condition: New | Edition:Limited Edition Canvas | Edition Size: Limited Edition Of 15 | Dim:36 inches wide by 20 inches tall | Daniel Smith| Item #: DN00045

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Daniel Smith Kodiak Collaboration  Canvas is eligible for 3 equal layaway payments in store, with a credit card of $241.67 over 60 days.

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Kodiak Collaboration

NOTES: “The annual salmon run attracts a multitude of wildlife,” says Dan Smith. “Grizzly bears feast on salmon as opportunistic gulls function as the cleanup crew. The complexity and efficiency of Mother Nature continues to amaze me. Watching bears feeding alternates between intense activity and calm moments. I don’t know if they can smell the salmon when they arrive or if they sense some other change, but once they become aware of it, when one bear goes out, they all go out.

“I’m very fortunate and blessed to refer to these experiences as ‘part of my job.’”

Daniel Smith is recognized as simply one of the best doing this “job” today. In the last twelve months:
Western Art and Architecture, Feb/March 2012, feature story, The Ties That Bind;
Western Art Collector, January 2012, Cover and feature story, Bears of Katmai;
Cynthia Post Small Works Great Wonders Buyers’ Choice Award, November, 2011 for Riverside;
Siesta received at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City;
People’s Choice Award, September, 2011 for Raven Rhetoric at Western Visions: Miniatures and More Show & Sale at the National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jackson Hole, WY;
Art of the West, May/June 2011, regular feature, The Studio;
Western Art Collector, April, 2011, feature story, Natural Talent;
Distinctly Montana, Spring, 2011, feature story, Like Father, Like Son;
Bob Kuhn Wildlife Award, February, 2011 for Heavy Hitters at the Masters of American West Fine art Exhibition and Sale at the Autry National Center, Los Angeles.

And you can easily own the art of this respected artist. Kodiak Collaboration presents that combination of elements for which Smith’s wildlife art is known: a majestic wild animal at home in its surroundings from a point of view few of us would ever be lucky enough to see; meticulous detail that gives lie to muscles rippling in stride beneath the animal’s fur and the tranquil, mirror-like quality of the water’s surface; all presented in a setting composed as only a master artist can.

Kodiak Collaboration is available in two sizes: a MasterWork® Fine Art Edition at the original’s size of 36w x 20h with an exclusive number of only 10 canvases and a Fine Art Edition of 35 canvases at 27w x 15h. Bring the art of Daniel Smith into your home and experience the thrill of a riverside seat during Kodiak’s annual salmon run..

Kodiak Collaboration  Canvas by Daniel Smith  is signed by the artist and comes with a certificate of authenticity.

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Daniel Smith bio

Painter Daniel Smith, who is equal parts hermit, aesthete, and explorer of the outback, has never thought of himself as being a visual provocateur. Who could have thought that classical wildlife art would one day be considered simultaneously accessible and avant-garde? Who would have guessed that images of animals would loom large as perhaps the most potent icons of our time? Animals are telltale totems, not only of the past, but of a yet uncertain future. The opening of the one-man exhibition, "Animal Magnetism: The Wildlife Art of Daniel Smith" at the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art in 2008 was validation of Smith's growing stature in this unique and provocative artistic genre. "In my opinion, Dan Smith is truly one of America's great wildlife painters," says John Geraghty, board member of the Autry Museum of the American West in Los Angeles and a prominent art collector. Over the last decade, Smith's original pieces have been exhibited at, or become part of permanent collections at the Eiteljorg, the Autry, the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, the National Museum of Wildlife Art, the Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum, the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, The Bennington Center for the Arts, The Wildlife Experience, The Leanin Tree Museum of Western Art and the Ella Sharp Museum of Art and History. Today, Smith and his wife, Liz, the parents of three

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