Ron Jenkins is a well-regarded wildlife artist known for his drawings, paintings and ceramics of bird and fish subjects. He studied at the Philadelphia Museum School of Art and for many years lived in Pennsylvania, where he worked as an illustrator for publications such as Pennsylvania Game News and Pennsylvania Angler. His illustrations have also appeared in National Geographic. Jenkins has won numerous competitions, including the Federal Duck Stamp design competition for 1965-66, a prestigious achievement for a wildlife artist. By the early 1980s he was living in Montana. In 1983 his work was the subject of a solo show at the Missoula Art Museum in Montana, which also has his work in their collection.
Condition: Generally very good with minor overall light toning and wear. Glue residue in blank margins from former matting, can be rematted out.
“Past Exhibits.” Missoula Art Museum. 2012. http://www.missoulaartmuseum.org/index.php/year/1983/fuseaction/experience.past.htm (4 January 2012).