Cynthie Fisher giclée prints are offered on either canvas and quality Fine Art paper. Bitterroot Frames gives you the choice of getting your giclée prints shipped to you rolled, mounted on foam core or stretched on stretcher bars. Shipping rates will be assessed after purchase and based on size, weight and desired destination. We recommend the paper prints are placed under glass for their protection. Canvas prints are sprayed with a UV protection coat, as a result they can be framed and hung without being placed under glass. Custom sizes can be requested via email or phone. All the prints that we offer are available with the option to add the artist signature. Custom Frames are available to compliment your order, check out framing options here. Please email us with any questions.
We have 14 different Cynthie Fisher giclée prints to choose from. Her “Twisted Nature” series includes Tis’ the Season, Bird Dog, Giraffa leopardis, Stars and Stripes, Warthogs, Something in the Water and Vulturine Variations. Her other series includes Elephant Gaze, Buffalo Gaze, Elephant Gaze, Giraffe Gaze, Grevy Gaze, Leopard Gaze and The Peanut Gallery. The detail in her pieces is stunning.
Cynthie Fisher has been a professional wildlife artist for over 30 years. She is self-taught, using her degree in zoology to enhance her abilities to create accurate and dynamic one of a kind originals. Living in Montana also influences her work, and she travels extensively all over the world to study her chosen subjects, including 18 trips to Africa (so far!).
Her chosen mediums vary; she works in oils, acrylics, scratchboard, glass, and bronze. But her work shares the characteristic of being dynamic, colorful and often featuring species not often depicted. Cynthie has won dozens of awards from conservation groups like Ducks Unlimited and the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, as well as having her artwork grace 16 duck stamps and over 150 different limited edition print designs. She is on the board of the Society of Animal Artists, and shows her work all over the country.
Cynthie also gains considerable reference from her many big game hunting trips; she spends half her time taking photographs for inspiration. While hunting, she is studying the habitat and habits of her chosen subject. These trips are invaluable for her work, and each animal has an honored spot in her home.