Steve Holmes paintings to be displayed at Oak Park

Submitted Photo “Kings Castle” by Steve Holmes, is a popular painting that continues to draw attention to the awe-inspiring talents of the Garrison resident. Audiences can see Steve Holmes Sunday at Oak Park between 4-7 p.m.

Steve Holmes, an award winning wildlife painter, continues to create awe-inspiring images of birds in flight.

With strokes of his paintbrush, Holmes masterfully captures the stillness and movement provided by nature’s most precious moments.

From American Bald Eagles soaring across the sky to flocks of geese migrating to their next destination, Holmes’ passion for the outdoors resonates in his lively yet meticulous art work.

Sunday, from 4-7 p.m., audiences can meet and greet Holmes as he displays his talents at Oak Park.

Since 1991, the work of Holmes has been published by Ducks Unlimited, Walleye Unlimited, and Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks.

For more information about Steve Holmes, call the Minot Area Council of the Arts at 852-2787.