Larry Eifert

A Painter of American Wilderness, Larry Eifert has more art in parks and refuges than any other artist.

Over the Log – acrylic painting by Larry Eifert
From small easel paintings to large public murals – this site is about a guy who just loves to paint nature.
Spring Runoff, Dosewallops River 24″ x 48″ Click to enlarge it.

 Giant Murals in Public Places

ABOVE: 2016-March – 36′ mural for Reelfoot National Wildlife Refuge, Tennessee. See more of this here.


A Few Smaller Paintings in the Catalog


Necedah National Wildlife Refuge, Wisconsin – showing a section of 138 feet of murals.
Mount Rainier National Park, Washington installation of old-growth forests mural at Ohanopoch Visitor Center.

Easel Paintings and  What’s Currently Available

Heather-Creek-Feeder-Stream Smaller Easel Paintings

Currently Available

Point Wilson Light - Port Townsend 24" x 48" - available as of August 8, 2015 Larger Easel Paintings

Currently Available

A Few Private Commissions


  Outdoor Wayside Exhibits


Muir Woods National Monument, California



Jigsaw puzzles from the murals. See more in our web store.


Published Stories, Books and  More

2013-8-Chum-Salmon 2014-9-Puget-Sound-Rockfish
2014-6-Harbor-seal-pups 2014-5-Ratfish

Land Trust and Friends Groups Installations

Large 32″ X 42″ wayside panel in old-growth forest, Whidbey Island Land Trust, Washington

Smaller Trail-side Panels

Smaller trail-side panels, Samuel Taylor State Park, California

Mural catalog overview of paintings and public installations


Whitebark Pines in Peril – a commission by the Crater Lake Institute and widely used in many interpretive and teaching venues.

Many projects have been developed for environmental issues.

PLEASE NOTE: This website only shows a fraction of what we have available or can print on demand. Want a poster, high-quality print of your favorite Eifert mural, just ask.
 Over 80 images have been used on JIGSAW PUZZLES, posters, journals, cards and books.

See what’s available in our store.


The artist and the alpine, a place this guy’s addicted to like a drug. One piece of a much larger visitor center mural for the Schulman Grove of Bristlecone Pines, oldest trees on the planet.


 The Nature Conservancy has also commissioned Eifert for many paintings in Utah, Nevada and Alaska.

There’s stuff here from a distant past, too. This guy doesn’t look like this anymore.

Thanks for visiting.

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