Cynthie Fisher of Hamilton Montana is a self taught wildlife artists working mostly in acrylics. She has been painting full-time for 18 years concentrating mainly on depicting unique animal behaviors and interactions, learned from a lifetime of studying and observing wildlife. She has a degree in zoology a vital field of study for her choice of artistic interpretations. She also enjoys avian taxidermy, and learns a great deal about anatomy from her subjects. Her favorite activity is big game hunting, she has hunted all over North America; been to Russia and Central Asia, and traveled to Asia nine times taking many fine trophy animals. The reference she gathers on her hunting and bird watching excursions is invaluable to her artwork, and is reflected in her choice of subject matter, concentrating on the infinite number of species, both locally and around the world.