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Clinton Jammer – Canadian Wildlife Artist2022-06-17T16:01:26-04:00

CLINTON JAMMER – CANADIAN WILDLIFE ARTIST

Humble Beginnings

A self-taught Canadian wildlife artist, Clinton Jammer’s paintings are recognized internationally for their ultra-high level of realistic detail. Clinton was born and raised in Port Perry, Ontario. In November 2018, he moved to Muskoka and opened his own studio gallery. He’s been an avid supporter of nature and wildlife conservation. And he has helped raise tens of thousands of dollars for various organizations and causes through donated paintings and sponsored print sales.

Exhibitions & Events

Jammer’s paintings have been displayed internationally at many prestigious exhibitions. These include the Society of Animal Artists Annual Exhibition, the David Shepherd Wildlife Artist of the Year Exhibition, and the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition. His work has also been featured in the Artists for Conservation Annual Art Festival, and the McMichael Autumn Art Show.

His Muskoka Gallery

Today, Clinton Jammer’s work is available exclusively at his studio gallery—Heart of Nature Gallery in Port Carling, Ontario. This 700 sq. ft. gallery overlooks a pond on his private 3-acre wooded property. The gallery features over 50 pieces of artwork, including original wildlife paintings and landscape paintings, and limited edition wildlife art prints.

Clinton Jammer, Canadian Wildlife Artist

Always Searching for Inspiration

As a Canadian wildlife artist, there’s always something on my “trip wish list”. So, when I’m not painting, I’m usually travelling the world gathering first-hand research of all species of wildlife in their natural habitat. Or…I’m planning my next excursion!

Global Travels

I’ve been privileged to spend time in some of the most beautiful and captivating places in the world, including:

I’ve been painting for over 30 years.
I love the outdoors, especially fishing, backcountry camping, and hiking.
Fur is one of my favourite things to paint.
I gather inspiration from travelling the world, researching wildlife in their natural habitat.
Water can be one of the most challenging things to paint.
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“Wilderness is not a luxury but a necessity of the human spirit.”

EDWARD ABBEY

“Art is not what you see but what you make others see.”

EDGAR DEGAS

“Come forth into the light of things; let nature be your teacher.”

WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

“Only when the last of the animals horns, tusks, skin and bones have been sold, will mankind realize that money can never buy back our wildlife.”

PAUL OXTON

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