Ezra Tucker

Ezra Tucker

As a young boy Ezra Tucker was inspired by wildlife and animals on television, in books, visiting family farms, visits to the zoo, and studying the encyclopedia.  He decided at the age of 12 he wanted to be a wildlife artist.

Earning his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Memphis Academy of Arts he was encouraged by professors who recognized his special talents.  He spent 3 years sharpening his skills at the nearby zoo.  The look in their eyes has been important of the elements in his paintings.

Ezra's artwork has been on exhibition following: the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. (1985); the Texas Rangers Historical Museum in Austin, Texas (in their permanent collection); the Canton Museum of Art in Canton, Ohio (1987); the Bruce Watkins Center in Kansas City, Missouri (1999); a One-Man-Show at the Art Institute of Southern California in Laguna Beach, California (1997); and The Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville, Georgia (2008 - 2009). In 2007, Ezra's work was voted Best of Show in the Greenwich Workshop Small Works Annual Miniature Art Exhibition in Seymour, Connecticut. He was awarded Best Acrylic Painting in the 2010 - 2011 "Western Spirit" art exhibition at the Old West Museum in Cheyenne Wyoming. Two of his original works were purchased by the Booth Western Art Museum in 2009 to hang in their permanent collection. His original art is also included in many private international and Fortune 500 corporate collections.

He and his wife live in Colorado.

Galleries Include:  Trailside, Broadmoor, Wildhorse, Creighton, Terakedes, Hoffmans, RS Hanna, Western Stars, Red Piano, Wind River, and Black Jack Ranch.

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