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David Wright

David WrightDavid Wright, a Nashville based artist, periodically departs the 20th century for destinations in the 18th and 19th centuries. He travels back to the raw and often savage American frontier of the fur traders, trappers, the long hunters and mountain men. Davidís vision of the American frontiersman, his knowledge of their clothing, equipment and, most of all his understanding of their character and personality is the product of a life long fascination with the history of his chosen period. He is an avid "buckskinner" and often ventures into the wilderness to recreate for himself the world of the American frontier. It is here, while living off the land, hunting with black powder rifles and bivouacking in primitive campsites that David Wrightís love of history and his art come together. Accuracy in the faithful rendering of historcial artifacts plus a compassionate understanding of the hardships and pleasures of life on the frontier makes David Wrightís work something to see.


Quiet Day

In the Shadow of Karl Bodmer

When Time Slows Down

  Quiet Day   In the Shadow of Karl Bodmer   When Time Slows Down  
  Guardians of the Homestead   The Hunters   Unnoticed Observers  
  Hunter's Moon   Moving Camp   Beneath the Silent Canopy  
  Honored Warrior   Tight Spot   A Well Deserved Repose  
  An Opening in the Forest   Too Long in the Mountains      
  Welcome to Crow Country   Bent's Fort Arrival   Considering the Consequences  
  Coming in Under a Full Moon   Long Way from Home
  Edge of the Old Fields  
  A Moment Away   Nature's Refuge   Someone is Wondering Why He Don't Write  
  When Distant Dust Could Mean Trouble   Nothing But a Hunter      
Out of the Opening
Preparing for the Dance
Caught Off Guard
The Cold Gray Fog of Dawn
Waiting for the Letup
The Still Hunt
Stillness of a
Woodland Pool
When Times are Good
Among the Big Hickories
The Captives
Far Beyond the Settlements

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