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Scott M

Turkey Artists

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I was thinking of acquiring some wild turkey art-I have just about every other game critter in print somewhere on the walls or waiting to be put on the walls.

So I was wondering, who paints the best turkey or turkey scenes? Doesn't necessarily have to be a hunting scene, but would like to see some strutters. I've seen some nice prints at the NWTF banquets, but never bothered to see who did the work. I have a pretty good idea of the cream of the crop artists in waterfowl, a few names for upland small birds, but don't have any names in mind with turkey.

Anybody care to throw a few out?

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Scott,

Check out the Art Barbarian's in the sponser forums. There are several artist there that do some very nice turkey work. Just pick out the print you like best. \:D

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We got a Michael Sieve print called "Golden Fan Club" through Art Barbarians a few years back. Sieve does some neat work.

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Hautmann brothers have some nice prints and some turkey stamp wins to proof it. I believe Jim and Joe have both won.

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I have a couple from a local guy Jim Hansel, he has a great story and does some awesome work.

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