Hunter Law Fine Art
I grew up in rural Maine, graduating from Foxcroft Academy in 2014. I went on to study studio art for two years at the University of Maine, before starting an eight-month tattooing apprenticeship—where I became licensed, and worked under veteran tattoo artist, Cory Nash, for a year. Thereafter, I began pursuing my dream of specializing in landscape and wildlife art. In 2019, I was selected for the Baxter State Park Visiting Artist Program—where I facilitated workshops and held an open studio for the local community. Additionally, I was accepted to display my artwork at the Moosehead Lake Artisan Village in 2018 and 2019. More recently, I participated in the 2020 Maine Migratory Waterfowl Stamp Art Contest put on by the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife where I placed 3rd. I continue pursuing my aspiration to be one of Maine’s premiere landscape and wildlife artists.