Taku Graphics distributes Blaine Billman's Northwest Coast limited edition reproductions in addition to his numerous wildlife prints from original pen and ink paintings. Blaine Billman has been studying the people and cultures of the Pacific Northwest for many years and has blended their dynamic art styles with his contemporary pen and ink techniques. These one of a kind images offer a unique perspective on the bold and graceful art of this region. His intricate and highly detailed drawings are done using a crow quill pen and a very time-consuming pointillism technique. Drawing times for an individual piece average about 250 hours and require infinite patience. It is important to be true to the spirit as well as the idea so research for his work is extensive. His unique style of blending the spiritual with the natural aspects of his subjects show a deep respect for the cultures of the Northwest Coast "First Peoples" and make a valuable addition to any collection.
Blaine's wildlife pen and inks have been awarded Best of Show at every major wildlife art show in the U.S. that presents awards and his work has graced the covers and pages of several publications including Outdoor America, Wildlife Art News, and Idaho Wildlife. Blaine Billman's pen and inks have also raised thousands of dollars in support of wildlife and environmental projects through such organizations as Ducks Unlimited, the Nature Conservancy, and the Isaac Walton League.