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Philip Letiecq

River Otters

River Otters

21x24, Oil

Changing Colors

Changing Colors

32x22, Oil

Bacon Hollow Resident

Bacon Hollow Resident

15x9, Oil

PHILIP D. LETIECQ had a keen appreciation of wildlife from an early age, becoming an avid fisherman and tier of lures while he was still in high school. Educated at SUNY Oswego and SUNY Cortland, he was a teacher in New York State for much of his professional life, but also became well known as a custom gun maker because of his love of hunting and wood. Moving to Wyoming in 1980, Letiecq spent much time hiking, camping and hunting in the Big Horns, the Wyoming prairies, the Rocky Mountains, and in Alaska.

1938 - 2012

It was this influence of nature that prompted Letiecq to take up painting, a

serious pursuit he carried out for the rest of his life. Upon retirement in 2000,

Letiecq and his family moved to his wife's family home in Sunderland. His art

career included exhibitions at the National Wildlife Exhibit in Cheyenne, Wyoming (where he won first place in the Birdlife category), the Bennington Center for the Arts, SVAC, the Bryan Gallery in Jeffersonville, Vermont, and the John Zaccheo Gallery in Manchester, Vermont.

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