Sporting Arts

The Making of a Ken Carlson Painting

For a sick boy stuck in bed for a year recovering from rheumatic fever, the…

On Becoming Ken Carlson

If any number of wildlife artists were born within driving distance of the great museums…

The Order of the Elephant

After a two-year battle with Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) over flight cancellations during the Covid era,…

I Went to the Cummer Museum of Art in Jacksonville

This wasn’t the first time I’ve traveled far to see a painting—only to discover, when…

SEWE 2024:  Been There!

You have to understand that I lived in Charleston—Isle of Palms, to be exact—in 1976. …

Apokalupsis – An Uncovering:  The Morris Museum Exhibition

Artist Joseph H. Sulkowski considers the works in his interactive, multi-media traveling exhibition, Apokalupsis –…

Adieu to an Artist:  Bodo Meier

It’s terrible when a journeyman actor, after decades of hard work, suddenly snatches the perfect…

A Guide to Stanley Meltzoff’s Gamefish 

When illustrator Stanley Meltzoff (1917-2006) was forced by changes in the 1960s publishing industry to…

The Making of Stanley Meltzoff – Part I

Saltwater gamefish artist Stanley Meltzoff  (1917-2006), the inventor of piscatorial underwater oceanic vistas, turned to…

Legendary Professional Hunters I Have Known

I already had a boyfriend—maybe three—when I met Rudy Lubin at a caviar dinner at…

The Color-Blind Artist, A.B. Frost

by Brooke Chilvers The innate inklings of art that swirled in the blood of American…

Collecting the Sporting Prints of A.B. Frost

Almost one hundred years after the death of artist Arthur Burdett (A.B.) Frost (1851–1928), sportsmen…