John Banovich is a world-renowned artist and one of the foremost conservationists of our era. Creating award-winning oil paintings for over two decades his work is exhibited in museums and noteworthy collections across the globe. His deep passion, unwavering commitment and knowledge of wildlife continues to inspire.
Through experiencing John Banovich’s portfolio of past original paintings we are left with the ultimate understanding that as an artist John Banovich has shattered the traditional standards that define Wildlife Art. Through viewing his portfolio it becomes starkly apparent that his paintings are far more than representational art depicting the subject matter. There is an undeniable allure to the beasts within John Banovich’s paintings that successfully provide wildlife the platform to transcend both their natural habitats and their artistic genre to find refuge in our contemporary world.
Exhibitions & Shows
In The Media
John Banovich featured in Sporting Classics On Location" by Chris Dorsey, CEO/President, Orion Entertainment "Acclaimed artist John Banovich will go to any length—or depth. - December 2015
John Banovich featured in Southwest Art Magazine MY WORLD. A Visit with John Banovich at his studio in Carnation, WA by Bonnie Ganglehoff - June 2015
Browse our gallery of Banovich limited edition giclée canvases and Wild Accents Collection. A percent of sales of all artwork and Wild Accents benefits the Banovich Wildscapes Foundation.
The Banovich Wildscapes Foundation fosters cooperative efforts to conserve the earth’s wild places, benefiting all of its inhabitants. BWF currently supports twelve projects in seven countries, helping to save wildlife and wilderness for future generations.
Banovich Wild Interiors commissions custom art by the best artists working today, creating an environment of distinction and bringing the drama of the animal kingdom indoors.
After nearly 5 years in the making we have now completed our new 6500 square foot Art Center in one of the most beautiful places in North America, Paradise Valley, Montana. Located 11 miles south of Livingston, Montana and 45 minutes from Yellowstone National Park, with the Absaroka Mountains rising like a fortress behind it, the new Banovich Art Center stands tall above the valley floor. With reverence paid to the agricultural roots of the region, architectural design including cold rolled steel and wood siding give a seasoned appearance, as if it has experienced decades of the extreme Rocky Mountain elements.