| "A churning sky with layers
of twisted clouds above barren ledges holds a Sioux warrior in awe.
jagged sheet lightning illuminates the bizarre scene. "My objective
was to create the most savage storm I could imagine. Making an imaginary
scene such as this both powerful and believable is the challenge.
All of the thunderstorms I have ever seen influenced this picture.
I just tried to paint the ultimate storm." -George Luther Schelling
GEORGE LUTHER SCHELLING
Schelling is a member of the Society of Animal Artists and the Society
of Illustrators. His paintings have been displayed in the Smithsonian
Institution, the National Art Museum of Sport, the National Arts
Club, and the Royal Ontario Museum and are found in major galleries
throughout the West. His illustrations have appeared in dozens of
magazines, including Outdoor Life, Field and Stream, and Audubon.