David Maass paints a world seen throughout the hunter's eyes - a world cold and wet, warm and wonderful. Twice winner of the federal duck stamp competition, Maass is a master of design, a sensitive observer of the natural world, and North America's premier waterfowl painter.
A pioneer in the genre of fine-art prints, he is one of the most widely published wildlife artists of all time, with more than 150 editions together totalling more than 215,000 prints.
He is best known for his paintings of waterfowl, but David Maass is at home in the uplands as well, able to render game birds and their environment with a touch available only to one who has been there, a touch that evokes the essence of outdoor experience.
Whether his subject is a flight of diving ducks on a stormy day, a woodcock on a misty upland morning, pheasants in a winter landscape, or Canada geese flexing their strength against the north wind, David Maass takes you where the birds are.