Works by Artist Terrill Knaack at Landmarks Now

On exhibit now and running through the end of July, are a number of original paintings for sale by Wisconsin artist Terrill Knaack.

Terrill Knaack
Biographical Sketch

Terrill Knaack is a nationally recognized artist. His landscape and bird art have been exhibited in natural history and fine art museums across the United States, including the Amon Carter in Fort Worth, Texas, The Sonora Desert Museum in Tucson, Arizona, and the National Geographic Explorers Hall in Washington D.C. to name a few. His work is in the permanent collection of the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Museum in Wausau, Wisconsin.

Terrill’s original paintings are in private collections throughout the nation. Collectors of originals include many of the Midwest’s major corporations, such as Miller Brewing, Pabst Farms, State Farm Insurance and Century Telephone. A selection of Knaack’s original paintings are on permanent display at both the American Center University of Wisconsin Hospital and the UW Hospital & Clinics. A collection of both his paintings and photographs were selected for permanent display at the Wisconsin Veterans Administration (and now hang in the Chapel at Boland Hall in Union Grove), and at the Beaver Dam Community Hospital.

Terrill has received numerous awards throughout his career and there is a long list of his one-man shows in both public and private galleries. He has been featured artist for Wisconsin Public Television’s Great TV Auction. Most recently, he was featured in the Northern National Competition hosted by Nicolet/Northland College near Rhinelander Wisconsin. In his career, Terrill has produced many paintings and limited edition prints as fundraisers for Pheasants Forever, Ducks Unlimited, Wings Over Wisconsin and many others as artist of the year for these conservation organizations. Over 70 limited edition prints and canvas reproductions have been published. Over 50 of them are sold out editions.

Terrill paints in his studio near Beaver Dam Wisconsin as well as doing location paintings in the field. His work is a team effort with his wife Sue.

 

 

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