Montana wildlife artist Robert Schlenker has been drawing, painting and studying waterfowl, game birds and North American small and large game animals most of his life.
The art of Robert Schlenker reflects his lifelong infatuation with wild places, and can be described as "detailed realism". As a young man, Robert developed a strong appreciation for waterfowl, birds, game, non-game animals, and a great respect for conservation of natural resources.
Robert is a signature member of the Worldwide Nature Artists Group (WNAG).
The Worldwide Nature Artists Group is an exclusive, international society of world-class nature artists who are dedicated to the conservation of the natural world.
Robert frequently commits a percentage of sales proceeds to non-profit organizations like: Ducks Unlimited, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, The Nature Conservancy, and Montana Raptor Conservation Center in Bozeman Montana.
Robert's web site shows recent work that has been influenced by the impressive Rockies landscape and abundant wildlife. This area is rich with reference material for wildlife and landscape painting. While hiking, backcountry skiing, snowshoeing, and floating rivers Robert finds his artistic senses stimulated and his mind racing with images and ideas for new compositions.