Timothy Davison is a wildlife artist, educator, filmmaker, and speaker. In addition to creating art; this native of Wahoo, Nebraska has traveled extensively throughout the United States while working with not-for-profits, zoos, and wildlife rescues. In doing so, he has spoken to over a million people about conservation and sustainability.

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1. a warm-blooded vertebrate animal of a class that is distinguished by the possession of hair or fur, the secretion of milk by females for the nourishment of the young, and (typically) the birth of live young.

Mustang Black and White

Mustang Black and White 6" x  12" Oil on Wood   The Kiger Mustang was discovered in 1972 in a remote canyon in eastern Oregon. They are the last of their kind on the planet having bloodlines going directly back to the original Spanish stock brought over by conquistadors hundreds of years ago. There are between 85 and 135 roaming in the wild on BLM land in Oregon today. [...]

Mustang Trot

Mustang Trot 6" x  14" Oil on Wood   The Kiger Mustang was discovered in 1972 in a remote canyon in eastern Oregon. They are the last of their kind on the planet having bloodlines going directly back to the original Spanish stock brought over by conquistadors hundreds of years ago. There are between 85 and 135 roaming in the wild on BLM land in Oregon today. One of the distinct features [...]

Mustang DNA

Mustang DNA 6" x  14" Oil on Wood   The Kiger Mustang was discovered in 1972 in a remote canyon in eastern Oregon. They are the last of their kind on the planet having bloodlines going directly back to the original Spanish stock brought over by conquistadors hundreds of years ago. There are between 85 and 135 roaming in the wild on BLM land in Oregon today. With this painting, I wanted [...]

The Rhino and The Vulture

The Rhino and The Vulture 24" x  48" Oil on Canvas This painting was part of a series of native Kenyan animals that went to help the Camp Ohana Foundation build the first children's library in Kenya. SIMILAR WORK

Half Giraffe

Half Giraffe 12" x  48" Oil on Canvas This painting was part of a series of native Kenyan animals that went to help the Camp Ohana Foundation build the first children's library in Kenya. SIMILAR WORK