Don Wilder Art
Rochester, Minnesota

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About the Artist...
Don died in 2010. His wife, Judy, continues to manage his Sundown Studio selling his limited edition prints from their home atop a cedar and oak covered ridge overlooking the Zumbro River near Rochester, Minnesota. From this high vantage point, Don could watch eagles, herons, egrets, Canada geese, turkey vultures and a variety of ducks as they passed almost in front of his eyes. He loved nature and often included it in his paintings.
Don Wilder Don was accomplished in pencil, ink, the almost lost art of etching and in oil, watercolor and gouache. He enjoyed painting a variety of subjects including Midwestern and Southwestern landscapes, portraits, old buildings and so much more.
Don's fine art background was polished by over 50 years experience as an artist, including several years with Josten's, a firm which saw many of its art staff become some of Minnesota's premier fine artists, especially in the wildlife genre.
Don exhibited at many nationally juried, prestigious art shows. These included the National Wildlife Art Show in Kansas City and the Oklahoma Wildlife Art Show in Tulsa. He was a founding member of the Southeast Minnesota Visual Artists (SEMVA) Cooperative Gallery in Rochester, Minnesota and owned his own gallery in Alma, Wisconsin for several years.

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