Charles Harper is probably the only wildlife artist in America who has never been compared to Audubon. And never will be. For his is wildlife art without the fuss and feathers—minimal realism, he calls it.
I don't try to put everything in; I try to leave everything out,he explains, adding impishly,
I never count the feathers in the wings; I just count the wings.At his studio in a beechwood near Cincinnati, Harper recently answered some of the questions asked most by collectors of his work.