Edward Aldrich

“Effective painting is the culmination of a vast array of elements and vision. The true joy in painting is to be able to effectively use these elements to produce works that really speak to the viewer - to have one’s vision come through.” –Edward Aldrich

In his sophisticated portraits, Edward Aldrich is dedicated to reaching beyond the realistic rendering of wildlife in wild places, conveying the inherent being of an animal. His goal as an artist is to keep exploring the concept of putting life into his paintings - invoking the thrill of witnessing a cougar or wolf in the wild.

Aldrich earned a B.F.A. from Rhode Island School of Design and is a member of Society of Animal Artists and Oil Painters of America.

His work is held in permanent collections including Morgan Stanley Inc., Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, and Wisconsin’s Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, where his paintings are also regularly featured in their prestigious exhibition, “Birds in Art.” Aldrich has exhibited at important art institutions such as the National Wildlife Art Museum, The Rockwell Museum, and The Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum as well as in over a dozen solo exhibitions nationally. He lives and creates in Colorado.
Edward Aldrich

Edward Aldrich

Print Artist Bio
“Effective painting is the culmination of a vast array of elements and vision. The true joy in painting is to be able to effectively use these elements to produce works that really speak to the viewer - to have one’s vision come through.” –Edward Aldrich

In his sophisticated portraits, Edward Aldrich is dedicated to reaching beyond the realistic rendering of wildlife in wild places, conveying the inherent being of an animal. His goal as an artist is to keep exploring the concept of putting life into his paintings - invoking the thrill of witnessing a cougar or wolf in the wild.

Aldrich earned a B.F.A. from Rhode Island School of Design and is a member of Society of Animal Artists and Oil Painters of America.

His work is held in permanent collections including Morgan Stanley Inc., Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, and Wisconsin’s Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, where his paintings are also regularly featured in their prestigious exhibition, “Birds in Art.” Aldrich has exhibited at important art institutions such as the National Wildlife Art Museum, The Rockwell Museum, and The Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum as well as in over a dozen solo exhibitions nationally. He lives and creates in Colorado.

Edward Aldrich

Cougar Portrait

$ 2,500.00

Edward Aldrich

Lion Portrait

$ 18,500.00

Edward Aldrich

Restful Moment

$ 4,300.00

Edward Aldrich

Wolf Portrait

$ 2,100.00

Edward Aldrich

Double Trouble

$ 17,500.00

Edward Aldrich

A Look Back

$ 1,600.00

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Edward Aldrich

Howling Coyote

$ 2,500.00

Edward Aldrich

Northern Lights

$ 4,000.00

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Edward Aldrich

Desert Perch

$ 3,000.00

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Edward Aldrich

Momentum

$ 10,000.00

Edward Aldrich

Hidden in Plain Sight

$ 2,700.00

Edward Aldrich

Mists of Morning

$ 1,700.00

Edward Aldrich

Wolf Portrait

$ 2,100.00

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Edward Aldrich

Grizzly Portrait

$ 1,900.00

Edward Aldrich

Bald Eagle Portrait

$ 2,500.00

Edward Aldrich

Hard Winter

$ 1,800.00

Edward Aldrich

Barn Owl

$ 2,500.00

Edward Aldrich

World of Snow

$ 1,600.00

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Edward Aldrich

Ever Onward

$ 16,000.00

Edward Aldrich

Solitary Swan

$ 1,600.00

Edward Aldrich

A New Morning

$ 2,900.00

Edward Aldrich

Amid the Shadows

$ 2,100.00

Edward Aldrich

On The Scent

$ 5,900.00

Edward Aldrich

Family Stroll

$ 9,700.00

Edward Aldrich

Wolf Portrait

$ 2,100.00

Edward Aldrich

Shrouded In Mist

$ 4,700.00

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Edward Aldrich

Air Currents

$ 5,500.00

Edward Aldrich

Rocky Perch

$ 2,900.00

Edward Aldrich

Grizzly Portrait

$ 1,900.00

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Edward Aldrich

Incoming

$ 5,900.00

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Edward Aldrich

Favorite Spot

$ 2,500.00

Edward Aldrich

Farsight

$ 3,100.00

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Edward Aldrich

Grey Fox Portrait

$ 1,100.00

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Edward Aldrich

Bison

$ 7,500.00

Edward Aldrich

Kestrel

$ 1,100.00

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