David Maass

David Maass paintings — the art of bringing wildfowl imagery to millions.

William H. Harnett

Although the painting After the Hunt may be America’s most well known hunting image, William…

In Search of Magical Waters – Trailer

We are thrilled to see our long friend and contributing artist, Adriano Manocchia on the…

C.D. Clarke

The nexus between field sport and art. [by Brooke Chilvers] Long before shaking hands with…

The Ward Brothers: Waterfowl Counterfeiters

Neccessity was the mother of art along Maryland’s Eastern Shore. [by Brooke Chilvers]

Roland Clark

The waterfowl painter, engraver—and author—who merits a Wikipedia page. [by Brooke Chilvers]

David Hagerbaumer

Game birds on the wing, in a way we’ll never see again. [by Brooke Chilvers]

Ed Anderson

Ed Anderson started his artistic life early growing up in Minneapolis, Minnesota. His mother’s influence…

Guy Coheleach

Guy Coheleach’s paintings have been in 41 one-man retrospective exhibitions in major museums in 32…

Bucky Bowles

Bucky Bowles’ original oil on canvas “Bachelors and the Boss” (left) was featured on the…