For Ep24 of Thinking of Art, I spoke with Wildlife painter James Corwin. We discussed how he started his career, pivotal moments in South Africa, how he captures the emotions of animals, and how he juggles the demands as a full-time artist.

Growing up in Montana, Corwin shared why he focuses on Wildlife, walked me around his studio, discussed his process, and explained why it’s so difficult to paint horses vs. other animals. I’m delighted that we’re able to exhibit and sell four of his newest paintings on so please check them out!

Corwin primarily focuses on wildlife painting and aims to engage the viewer through his dynamic compositions that stir emotion which gathers inspiration and references from exotic travels around the world. He has established himself as a widely collected artist exhibiting his work around the U.S. and his artwork is collected for both private and corporate collections. Corwin creates a sustaining legacy of integrity and loyalty in his art and conservation of the animals he paints.| Purchase works on

Kipton Cronkite

I launched the ‘Thinking of Art’ instagram live series in 2020 to connect collectors to artists and creatives from around the world.

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