We welcome you to browse our gallery
of Banovich limited edition giclée canvases and Wild Accents Collection
as well as fine art by sculptors Mick Doellinger and Walter Matia and photography by Riccardo Tosi.

A portion of sales of Banovich limited editions and Wild Accents are directed to the Wildscapes Foundation, a nonprofit (501c3) organization fostering cooperative efforts to conserve the earth's wildlife and wild places benefiting the wildlife
and the people that live there.

Feather Folio Collection by Chris Maynard

Banovich Art is proud to represent the fine art of sculptors Mick Doellinger and Walter Matia and the fine art photography of Riccardo Tosi

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John has the special ability to capture and share his passion and love for Africa through wildlife painting.  The connection to each piece, along with his dedication to the protection and preservation of the wildlife and environment is truly spectacular.   I wouldn’t have wanted to be shown Africa by anyone besides John.  Having the opportunity to see the land and wildlife with my family by someone so passionate was a once-in-a-lifetime experience that I plan on doing every year. To have a painting of the experience makes the memory even more unforgettable.

Mike Meldman, Founder and CEO, Discovery Land Co.

John Banovich is an extraordinarily gifted artist and individual.  His ability to conjure the raw power and subtle frailties of nature and translate them onto canvas is breathtaking.  Through his eyes and talent, the canvas becomes real.  Through his mind and philosophy, conservation is enhanced.

Kent S Greenawalt, Chairman and CEO, Foot Levelers, Inc

“John Banovich has merged the world of wildlife art and conservation in a unique and exciting way. John is able to use his status as world-renowned artist to further conservation efforts even in the remotest parts of the world, working to save Siberian tigers in the Russian Far East, lions in Africa, and even the brown bears of North America. John brings energy, imagination, and leadership to the conservation arena, seeking new partnerships and new mechanisms to save the world's wildlife.”

Dale Miquelle, Program Director Wildlife Conservation Program

John Banovich, On Art & Africa

On Art & Africa

John Banovich

There is an ancient mystery in the eyes of the beast.  Looking deep within, we come face to face with ourselves.  They are the windows to our past, and the prophecy of our future.” – John Banovich,