CHARLES TIMOTHY PRUTZER began studying with bird artist Donald Leo Mallick in 1966 and, at age 17, became the youngest backround artist at the Denver Art Museum. He later worked as a natural history muralist, completing over 30 murals in the United States and abroad for museums, zoos, and nature preserves. He was the artist in residence at the Suikerbosrand Nature Reserve in Heidelberg, South Africa in 1979. A Colorado native, Prutzer paints “plein air” outdoors with the living bird or scene as his reference.
These are some of the Prutzer paintings that Bishop’s currently has in inventory. All works are for sale.