ABOUT CLIFF2018-11-28T21:47:14+00:00

ABOUT CLIFF ROSSBERG

Cliff Rossberg is an artist who is inspired by the world around him.

Cliff-Rossberg-Fine-ArtHis studio and home are located South of Great Falls, Montana along the Missouri River. Much of that inspiration comes from his backyard and home state. Cliff is an avid outdoor photographer and spends much of his time exploring the National Parks, Montana, Wyoming, the Western United States and Canada in search of ideas for future works. He believes those firsthand experiences allow him to more accurately convey the personality and spirit of the subject.

Art has provided a unique journey for Cliff. Althought his first paintings were loosely painted impressions of animals and landscape, it served as the beginning of a career as a professional artist. Throughout his career Cliff has worked with several mediums and styles but overall prefers the luminosity and color of oils. His typical subject is North American Wildlife with a strong emphasis on the landscape. Cliff’s goals are not to paint a mere photograph but to give his subjects the life and allow the viewer to fill in the details.

Major  Awards

2012 – Walleyes Artist Best of Show

2010 – Peoples Choice CM.Russell Auction

1999, 2001- Montana Duck Stamp Winner

Permanent Collection: C. M. Russell Museum, Great Falls, MT

Permanent Collection: Montana Museum of Art and Culture, Missoula, MT

Permanent Collection: Montana State Fair, Great Falls, MT

Art has served as a vehicle for a unique journey.

Bringing each piece to life is no small task but painting for that essence is always the singular goal. He strives to never peak as an artist and consistently tries to produce better and more challenging paintings. Both wildlife and nature are so diverse that he plans to paint a lifetime with an endless source of ideas. Currently, Cliff continues to focus on show paintings, gallery works and private commissions.

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” Cliff believes those firsthand experiences in nature allow him to more accurately convey the personality and spirit of the subject. ”