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Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
stick covered with lichen by John Dyess
flower one by John Dyess
Great Horned Owl 2 by John Dyess
Great Horned Owl by John Dyess
Brown Pelican by John Dyess
Blue Heron by John Dyess
Turkey in the woods by John Dyess
Giving Thanks by John Dyess
Bald Eagles by John Dyess
BASS by John Dyess
Northerrn Pike by John Dyess
Rainbow Trout by John Dyess
Smallmouth Bass by John Dyess
leaping Pike by John Dyess
Leaping Rainbow Trout by John Dyess
Two Rainbow Trout by John Dyess
morning catch by John Dyess
River Rocks by John Dyess
Day Lily by John Dyess
Fall Leaf by John Dyess
Autumn Colors by John Dyess
Sunflower by John Dyess
Rose of Sharon by John Dyess
Hibiscus flower by John Dyess
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About John Dyess
I am a native St. Louisan, with a BFA from Washington University School of Art. I am a painter, illustrator, photographer and teacher creating art and illustration for over fifty years.
My commercial clients include many major corporations and companies throughout the United States in- cluding the National Geographic Museum in Washington D.C., Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis Post-Dispatch and the St. Louis Baseball Cardinals. My illustration work has been published in many widely distributed magazines such as Field & Stream, Outdoor Life, Sports A Field and Bassmaster.
I have been recognized nationally by the New York Society of Illustrators and Communications Art Magazine.
My personal work has been represented in numerous local and national shows. It has been on exhibit at the Foundry Art Centre, the National Parks Service and represented in over forty shows at St. Louis Artistsâ€™ Guild.
My teaching includes time at Washington University, Webster University, Jefferson College and currently St. Louis Community College at Meramec.