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2023 Annual Artist Catalog | the Soul of the Ozarks


I’ll be producing one of these catalogs each year. This is the first year. Each volume will feature the latest artwork picking up where this one left off and new essays about my process and life with the pigments of Wild Ozark.

All collectors of my original artwork will get one each year at no cost. If you’ve purchased my work at an event, I won’t have your name or address so please email me to let me know (madison@wildozark.com). So don’t order if you want one and are a past collector. Just email to make sure I have your name/address on file and let me know which piece you have.

If you’ll come by the gallery in Alpena or to one of my events to get one, they’re only $10.00 for an autographed copy. They should be in by Saturday July 22.

I’m also happy to ship autographed copies to US addresses for $15 (includes shipping). Email me if you’d like a special inscription. My email address is madison@wildozark.com 🙂


Availability: 2 in stock (can be backordered)

All of the paintings featured between the pages of my 2023 Annual Artist Catalog are currently available. That may change by the time you’re reading this, though. You can always see what’s for sale and make purchases of originals and prints through my website at WildOzark.com. And if you’re just interested in my process or life out here at Wild Ozark, I invite you to subscribe to my blog or stop in to visit every so often. If you join my newsletter subscription, you’ll get a free 5 x 7” print and have the chance to enter each month for another one.

Artist Statement

My art is a partnership with the land, and begins with foraging for pigments. I work with the very soul of the Ozarks: ocher rich stones, naturally pigmented clay, soot from the chimney, and charred bone for my earthy colors. While the subjects I paint are varied wildlife and landscapes, the limited palette of earthy colors lends a cohesiveness to my portfolio and a distinctive voice to my body of work, regardless of the focus of the painting. My art is intended to offer patrons an intimate communion with the most ancient of elements that make up our earthly abode.

Weight 7 oz
Dimensions 12 × 9 × 1 in
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