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The Art of Bas - Wildlife and Nature Paintings
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BAS is one of the worlds most highly acclaimed Wildlife and Nature artists. The Art of BAS is unique and receives world-wide recognition from museums, galleries, art critics and collectors alike.An innate sense of design and composition, emphasizing light and colour, is utilized to create an original oil painting. Inspiration is gained through extensive adventures in wilderness areas around the globe, the artist then captures the wonder and beauty of creation on canvas. BAS' artwork was associated with the Universal/Pathe tiger movie "Two Brothers", and his paintings are included in three books entitled "Best of Wildlife Art", published in the USA.
BAS is one of the worlds most highly acclaimed Wildlife and Nature artists. The Art of BAS is unique and receives world-wide recognition from museums, galleries, art critics and collectors alike.An innate sense of design and composition, emphasizing light and colour, is utilized to create an original oil painting. Inspiration is gained through extensive adventures in wilderness areas around the globe, the artist then captures the wonder and beauty of creation on canvas. BAS' artwork was associated with the Universal/Pathe tiger movie "Two Brothers", and his paintings are included in three books entitled "Best of Wildlife Art", published in the USA.

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Welcome to The Art of BAS Google Plus page. The Art of BAS represents the wildlife and nature artist BAS and there's plenty of information and examples of his artwork at www.BAS-ART.com for your viewing. Your contact and feedback is always welcome, thank you.
At this time we'd like to especially announce the forthcoming Elephant Conservation Project that BAS ia about to embark on. He will be in Tsavo National Park, Kenya, for three weeks in February 2015, researching for paintings that will be created in aid of Tsavo Trust and their crucial work of elephant conservation. We will set up a website specifically for this elephant conservation project and you will be able to follow its progress via the website and other social media platforms, including Google+.
Thank you again for visiting The Art of BAS Google Plus page and we look forward to connecting with you further.
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