Wildlife Artist
Jocelyn Russell




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Jocelyn with the newly installed tiger monument at Albert Lee High School -Wildlife Artist Jocelyn Russell
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Jocelyn with the newly installed tiger monument at Albert Lee High School
Wildlife artist, Jocelyn Russell is recognized internationally for both her paintings and her sculptures. Born and raised in the beautiful San Juan Mountains in southern Colorado, she now lives in the incredible San Juan Islands in Washington state.

Although her focus has primarily been Big Game and Predators native to the Rocky Mountains, her first trip to Africa in 2001 offered a wealth of new inspirations. She returned to Tanzania in June/July of 2005. Watch for her upcoming works of African Big Game, as well as her new line of limited edition sterling silver jewelry. (pendants and bracelets)

Jocelyn was featured in the 'Artists of the Millennium' section of the Jan/Feb 2000 and the June/July 2001 issue of Wildlife Art Magazine. She was the Featured Artist (sculpture and paintings both) for the NatureWorks Wildlife Art Show 2002, and returned as their Encore Artist for 2003.