Scenic and Wildlife Original Paintings
by renowned naturalist
Brian Day

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Brian Day Artist
BRIAN DAY ART
Original Paintings

BRIAN DAY as the son of famous seven time Academy Award winning Motion Picture Art Director, Richard Day, Brian was destined to become an artist.  Beginning at age 8 he took up paint & brush as a passion.  During his senior year in high school, Brian won a full scholarship to the prestigious Philadelphia Museum School of Art.  

After completing schooling and with time out for a stint in Europe, Brian became an Art Director the the Buzza-Cardozo division of Gibson Greeting Cards and later was appointed head director of The Newbury Guild in Boston.

Brian Day established his own publishing company in 1962, Metropolitan Artists, Inc. specializing in producing fine art Christmas cards and social stationery.  After many  successful years publishing, in addition to his own works and the works of numerous fine artists - which included Charles Wysocki, Mort Solberg, Tyrus Wong (Famed "Bambi" illustrator - Disney), Rex Brandt, Joan Irving and Ralph Hulett among others, Brian divested himself of the company in the late 1970's to concentrate on more creative endeavors.  

More Biography below...

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Lone Wolf
Lone Wolf
Deep Winter at Crater Lake
Deep Winter at Crater Lake
Skull and Dragonfly
Skull and Dragonfly
On the Hunt
On the Hunt
The Fire of Autumn
The Fire of Autumn

'58 Corvette
Sudden Departure
Sudden Departure
Danger Zone
Danger Zone
The Cinnamon Bear Series
The 3:10 to Nowhere
The 3:10 to Nowhere
Weathered Wood, Rust and Cinnamon
Weathered Wood, Rust and Cinnamon
Let's Go
Let's Go
Drifting
Drifting
Approaching Storm
Approaching Storm
Aspen - Horses
Aspen and Horses
Autumn Glow
Autumn Glow
Bugle Call
Bugle Call
Canyon Lands Sunset
Canyon Lands Sunset
Capturing Sunlight
Capturing Sunlight
Crater Lake Oregon
Crater Lake Oregon
Joe Noonan
Joe Noonan
Drift Boat
Drift Boat
Early Evening
Early Evening
Mountain Gate
Mountain Gate
Desert Yucca
Desert Yucca
Multnomah Falls Oregon
Multnomah Falls Oregon
Virgin River
Virgin River
Searching for Track
Searching for Track
The Grizzly on the Prowl
The Grizzly on the Prowl
COUGAR THOUGHTS
Cougar Thoughts
White Tail Deer
White Tail Deer
Rogue Gorge at Union Creek
Rogue Gorge at Union Creek
Change of Seasons
Change of Seasons
Majestic Mt. Hood
Majestic Mt. Hood
HENRY
Henry

The Lookout
Breaking Free
Breaking Free
Biography continued below...

This new area included illustrating finely crafted designs of animals, birds and flowers for the fine art & collectible giftware industries.  In addition, through an agency, Brian produced illustrations used by the Audubon Society, National Wildlife, the Sierra Club, National Geographic Society and The United States Golf Association to name a few.

There are many styles and techniques used in painting. Painters also use a variety of media like pastel colors, water colors, natural colors, oil, and many others. You can paint in any surface such as rocks, walls, cardboard, canvas, paper, and lots more.

There are different reasons why some people collect art works. It can be for investment purposes or for personal enjoyment. Whatever the reason, you too can start collecting or investing in original paintings.

If you want to learn more about original paintings, you can visit art museums and join the educational tours. You will learn many things like how to take good care of your original artwork and how to give value to them.  You see, original paintings are easily damaged if you don't provide enough care for them.  Things like excessive humidity, extreme temperatures, and harsh sunlight can destroy your paintings.

If this is your first time to collect original artwork, you must read books about original paintings.  Visit galleries and museums to learn more. If you want to invest and make money out of your collections, you can consult investment firms because you may be able to find an investment portfolio.  The portfolio includes precious original art, and you can either keep them or sell them.