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Paintings, 1996 and 1997


early paintings
                   

 
    The paintings of Bill Ohrmann represent a visual expression of his feelings towards the earth
                          

1995
1996

    
and the various creatures that share the earth with us.  Some of the paintings express an apocolyptic
his

1997
1998


hopeless version of what may happen if man's greed continues to ruin the planet.  Others represent


1999
2000

 
a peaceful view of how we could live in harmony with each other and the environment.  Many paintings


2001
2002


are illustrations of poetry or prose of such authors as Isaak Denison, Robert Louis Stevenson, Edward


2003
2004


Abbey, and the late Missoula poet, John Haines.  The paintings are organized by the years they were


2005
2006


painted.  Click on the links to the left, and then click on the thumbnails on the bottom of each page to


2007
2008


view larger images, along with the accompanying poem or text.
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2009
2010


    Bill started working in earnest on his current series of paintings in 1997.  As can be seen from the


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2012


number of thumbnails below, he worked hard at  his canvas.  He had recently turned the ranching operation


2013



over to his daughter and son-in-law, and finally was able to work at his art full time.



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Planet Earth
Trapper's Lunch
The Harvest
Converted
Island Development










Soul Of The Tiger
The Caretaker
How We Live I
Optimists
Doing His Part










Big Man's Island
Birth Of A Poet
Their Inheritance
Showing The Way
Punishing The Guilty










Hunted Down
Tyger
Goodbye
Rabble Rule (Dawn)
The Welcome










Things Of Worth
What Writest Thou?
Land Of Plenty
The Reservation
A Robe For The Chief










Priorities
Spring Bear Hunt
Sharing The Earth
Enslaved
If You Can't Stand
The Heat