A Sense of Place | A Place to be Sensed: Vol. 6 – Winter Sporting Wonderland

December 18, 2020
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Arthur Shilstone’s prolific career as a Master of Sporting Art produced a vast and diverse inventory of watercolor sporting scenes. Any Sporting Art enthusiast can find their sense of place within his body of work. With such a large inventory, however, we recognize the potential challenge of pinpointing that one exact scene (or 2, or…

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Two New Leteliers for December

December 10, 2020
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Our wonderful artist Sebastián Letelier, all the way from Chile, has been hard at work this season guiding, fly tying, and creating some wonderful new art for you! We just got ahold of two new pieces from him, the first titled Angler at Casting Platform, Stryn River (Telegen Pool), and the second titled Playing A…

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A Sense of Place | A Place to be Sensed: Vol. 5 – Sportsman in Action

November 18, 2020
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Arthur Shilstone’s prolific career as a Master of Sporting Art produced a vast and diverse inventory of watercolor sporting scenes. Any Sporting Art enthusiast can find their sense of place within his body of work. With such a large inventory, however, we recognize the potential challenge of pinpointing that one exact scene (or 2, or…

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Sportsman’s Best Friend

November 14, 2020
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We’re told that the sporting partnership between humans and dogs developed thousands of years ago, and stemmed from a deep bond of affection. Over the years, humans clearly felt this connection to be strong and significant enough to not only welcome dogs into our homes as domestic pets, but also to include their likenesses in…

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Sneak Peek – Keith Cardnell’s Sunset

November 11, 2020
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Happy Wednesday! We have a third sneak peek at Keith Cardnell’s latest masterpiece to get you over the hump. Take some time to bask in the glory that is this sunset – none of Cardnell’s sporting paintings to date have featured a sunset, so we are incredibly excited to see this new feature in his…

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A Sense of Place | A Place to be Sensed: Vol. 4 – Moody November

November 9, 2020
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Arthur Shilstone’s prolific career as a Master of Sporting Art produced a vast and diverse inventory of watercolor sporting scenes. Any Sporting Art enthusiast can find their sense of place within his body of work. With such a large inventory, however, we recognize the potential challenge of pinpointing that one exact scene (or 2, or…

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Sneak Peek – Keith Cardnell’s Newest Guide

November 2, 2020
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Here we go again – Sneak Peek #2 at Keith Cardnell’s latest masterpiece. Last week we showed you the angler, and this week, fittingly, you’ll get a peek at the guide. While there’s nothing dramatically different between angler and guide in this piece at its current state, we hope this second sneak peek gives you…

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Sneak Peek – Keith Cardnell’s Newest Angler

October 24, 2020
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As we alluded to on Thursday, Keith Cardnell’s latest piece for the Sporting Art market is most certainly testing the boundaries of what might be considered ‘acceptable.’ Cardnell is stepping outside the norm from what has been commonly accepted as ‘typical’ flats paintings: light blues, shallow water, bright & white flats. This new piece is…

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A New Cardnell on the Horizon

October 22, 2020
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Keith Cardnell is at it again. He is once again going boldly where no other contemporary sporting artists are going these days, but this time in a new direction. Late last year, Cardnell completed Finding Silver in Thin Water – a commissioned Sporting Art painting measuring a magnificent 4 ½ feet tall by 8 feet…

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Autumn in Sporting Art

October 9, 2020
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There’s nothing quite like Nature in Autumn, and all the sporting adventures and artistic endeavors that She inspires. We’ve already rounded up some of our favorite autumn scenes from Sporting Art Master Arthur Shilstone in this post, but there is a plethora more to enjoy from our many wonderful artists. We’ve curated a small collection…

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