Growing up in southwestern Pennsylvania, Eric spent most of his childhood growing up in the country, surrounded by nature. Walking through the forest, many animals caught his attention and soon would be some of the subjects he would be painting. He also developed an interest in photography allowing him to get closer to wildlife and capture the scene, details, and to observe light.
His attention to detail was evident early on. After Eric graduated college, he developed an interest in human anatomy and has had a long career as a medical illustrator and is widely published in medical journals and books.
But, it is Eric’s love for wildlife and landscape painting really where he is most content. Whether a whitetail, pheasant, trout, antelope, or the big cats of Africa, there isn't a subject he won't tackle and believes that conservation is the key to many more years of a healthy wildlife population.
He is an avid outdoorsman, spending countless hours in the field and on the stream photographing and studying animals and objects in their environment. Eric’s paintings reflect his love for wildlife and the outdoors.
“An Artist's Journey to Greatness,
Is A Lifelong Pursuit"
- Eric Jablonowski
"Eric's work is second to none. The process of putting a pair of his beautiful trout originals on our wall was outstanding! We added to our original oil collection and made a new friend!"
- Brooks Jarrett