Greg’s source of inspiration is the great outdoors and he enjoys the fact that near his home in Wisconsin, he has more beautiful scenes than he can paint in a lifetime. Equally comfortable with a range of wildlife subjects, artist Greg Alexander jumps with ease from fin to fur to feather and back again. Committing at least a third of his time to field research and reference photography, accuracy has become a trademark of Greg Alexander’s work. “Anatomical correctness is essential, but for me it is only part of what I strive for in terms of accuracy,” says the artist. “I want to reveal something about the personality of each species and not merely paint portraits.” Discipline and hard work have paid off for Greg. The winner of numerous conservation stamp competitions, today he is rightly considered one of the country’s finest wildlife artists. Greg was born in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, and currently makes his home in Wisconsin with his wife and children.