Artist Terry Isaac at work in his Upper Bench Road studio. The wildlife artist died earlier this month. (Western News file photo)

Celebration of life for well-known Penticton wildlife artist

Terry Isaac earned many accolades as a wildlife artist

Family, friends and the public are welcome to join in the celebration of life for well-known wildlife artist Terry Issac.

Isaac, died on July 16 at the age of 60 and is remembered as a great artist, teacher and mentor. His celebration of life takes place on Aug. 25 at 6 p.m. at Red Rooster Winery (891 Naramata Rd.).

READ MORE: Respected wildlife artist in Penticton dies

In lieu of flowers, the family is asking that a donation be made to Ducks Unlimited. An online payment option is available and can be made in Isaac’s name, or to the education fund for Isaac’s children (payable at a TD bank, account no. 9288-6420946).

Isaac earned many accolades as a wildlife artist, most recently being named Ducks Unlimited Canada’s Artist of the Year.

He also loved to give back to charities such as the AlleyCats Alliance, donating prints of his work for fundraisers and opening up his pop up gallery in Cherry Lane Shopping Centre to allow them space to bring awareness to the group.

READ MORE: Penticton’s wildlife artist named Ducks Unlimited Canada Artist of the Year

Issac was inspired by the work of Robert Bateman, the same artist that eventually recommended his work to his publisher that afforded him numerous opportunities — including working with Walt Disney.

His gallery, located at 475 Upper Bench Rd. North, in Penticton will remain open over the summer as they continue to exhibit his work and operate his store.

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