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Fred Fellows


Raid on the Trapper's Cabin, Oil, 32 " x 48" ©

 

Born in Ponca City, Oklahoma, Fred Fellows had early exposure to ranching and Otoe and Osage Indian reservations. As an artist, he is self-taught, but his skillful execution of western sculpture earned him membership and in 1997 presidency of the . His western painting and sculptures have been featured in many magazines, and his work was selected for world-wide advertising by Philip Morris, Inc. In 1981, his artwork was included in the first American art exhibit in mainland China in 1981. He lived with his wife, Deborah, also a sculptor, and their daughter at Woods Bay Point on Flathead Lake at Bigfork, Montana and the family later moved to Sonoita, Arizona.

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