Welcome to Country Boys Wildlife Art.
Here’s where you will find all our paintings,pastels,and sculptures.
We at CountryBoys strive to capture nature on canvas paper and clay.Here you will get a description of the artwork you desire and the paintings you desire.Prints can be had for all paintings for $15.00.Just call or E-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 863-508-0006.
Permit feeding on the flats
This is a 16″x 20″ acrylic painting of permit feeding on shrimp on the grass flats of Florida.
Green Sea Turtle
This is a 16″ x 20″ acrylic painting of a Green Sea turtle swiming across the reef.
Snook under the dock
Here we have a 16″ x 20″ acrylic painting of a snook lying under the dock waiting on supper to get within reach.
A 18″ x 24″ a signed orginal acrylic painting depicting a school of redfish feeding on shrimp and cruising the grass flats
White tail deer jumping the fence.
Here we have a 16″ x 20″ acrylic painting of a whitetail deer jumping a fence on a back country road.
This a signed orginal 16″ x 20″ acrylic painting of a leopard ray cruising the reef.
Here we have a 16″ x 20″ signed orginal acrylic painting of a Great White feeding on a seal.
This is 16″ x 20″ signed orginal acrylic painting of a Largemouth Bass attempting to catch a dragonfly.
Elephant at Kilimanjaro
In this painting a signed orginal 16″x 20″ acrylic.Elephant at Mt.Kilimanjaro
Sailfish on bait ball
The 16″ x 20″ signed orginal painting depicted here is an acrylic painting of an Atlantic Sailfish attacking a bait ball.
An orginal 16″ x 20″ acrylic painting of the Florida Key mangrove islands.
This is a16″ x 20″ signed orginal acrylic painting of Sandhill Cranes during a mating ritual dance.
Tiger on the reef
This orginal signed 16″x 20″ acrylic painting is of a Tiger shark cruising the reef.
This is an acrylic painting 16″x 20″.It’s a signed orginal.The Owl is waiting on it’s dinner.
Guardian of the swamp
It’s another signed original.It’s 16″ x 20″ acrylic painting.The gator is guarding his territory.
This is a 16″ x 20″ acrylic painting of a Barred owl.So named because of the barred feathers on it’s tail.