Renee Buller is a Wildlife & Landscape Artist from Castle Rock, Colorado: Oil paintings on linen canvas capture the abundance of the natural beauty of the outdoors. Renée Buller is a Colorado native, and focuses her landscape and wildlife paintings on the habitat and animals of North America and beyond. Artists and collectors liken her work to that of Bob Kuhn and Ken Carlson though it is clear that her style is uniquely her own. Renee has both private and commercial collectors throughout North America. Renee Buller is the daughter of renowned wildlife sculptor and television host Stephen LeBlanc.
"Words can be used to describe her as a protégé, or she's blessed with a God-given talent. Some may claim she's from a creative gene pool, or perhaps it all stems from her love of art and the beauty of the outdoors. Under any scrutiny, these are a few reasons Renee has come of age artistically.
Her native connection to the vast beauty of Colorado, and the majestic Rocky mountains compelled Renee to begin drawing at a very young age. Along the many miles of hiking trails, she has absorbed the wildlife and scenery she has passed. Renee photographs and sketches her encounters from abroad, and returns to her studio wielding a hog-bristle paint brush. It is here, in her Castle Rock studio where Renee transfers natural beauty onto canvas. Renee's strong Christian faith is with her always as she recreates her beloved western landscape and wildlife.
Renee Buller is quite simply in the midst of a stellar painterly career that will only continue to soar. This young artist's perception and talent for bringing the beauty she views to the canvas rivals those who have chronological years on her. Her collectors are numerous and include golfer Jack Nicklaus in addition to other private and corporate collectors.
The art world is anxiously watching this young artist as she continues to evolve as one of Colorado's most talented and promising wildlife painters." -Jan McNutt, Editor Art Review Magazine
Shows and Awards
2009 Nature Works Art Show and Sale
2010 Nature Works Art Show and Sale
2011 Nature Works Art Show and Sale - Best of Show - “Sacred Hunt”
2011 Cogswell Gallery - "A Western Landscape Love Affair"
2011 Southwest Art "Weekend in the West Art Show"
2012 Nature Works Art Show and Sale
2012 Southwest Art "Weekend in the West Art Show"
2013 Nature Works Art Show and Sale
2013 Southwest Art "Weekend in the West Art Show"
"The Ties that Bind" - Western Art & Architecture –February/March 2012
"Michael Coleman had gained fame as a Western and wildlife painter by the time his young sons were able to climb into his lap for a closer look at his works.
Today, more than three decades later, two of Coleman’s sons, Morgan and Nicholas, are accomplished artists in their own right and the Coleman studio in Provo, Utah, is incomplete without the trio toiling to produce paintings.
The Colemans are part of what art scholars and gallery owners say is a relatively exclusive group of successful artists — those distinguished ranks also include Daniel Smith and son Adam Smith as well as Stephen LeBlanc and daughter Renee Buller — whose rare talents and exceptional skills have flowed from one generation to the next.
The pattern raises the perennial — and tantalizing — question of whether the creative children of celebrated artists inherit their skills or if they are cultivated by association." Read More...