"Ahh… right there" is an old whitetail buck reaching around with his antler to scratch the spot that itches. The inspiration for this piece came from a photo by Colorado wildlife photographer <a href="http://mauromedia.com">Michael Mauro</a>.
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Michigan Art Castings, a fine art bronze foundry collaborating with sculptors nationwide, has just recently opened. Most future orders of my table-top and smaller size sculptures will now be processed by this foundry. I'm confident you'll be very pleased with the attention to detail and craftsmanship associated with every piece.
Come to Dexter, MI on September 21 for the Great Lakes Sporting and Art Show, featuring wildlife art and traditional sporting crafts. Admission and parking are free, and the show runs from 10AM to 5PM.
"Moose" was recently selected for the Society of Animal Artists 53rd Annual Exhibition. With that, my third SAA show selection, I have attained Signature Member status.
Come out and see us
My wife, Vicki, and I (pictured above) travel the country attending art shows. I thoroughly enjoy meeting people at the shows, and I hope if there's a show in your area, you'll take the time to introduce yourself and and chat about our mutual appreciation of wildlife art.