John's page in "Who's Who in Waterfowl Art".
If you read French here is an article on John's artwork.
At the Game Conference International. A gallery owner, artists David Shepard, John, Art Watson and Douglas Van Howd.
With Governor Victor Atiyeh proclaiming National Hunting and Fishing Day.
At the Wild Sheep show, John, Astronaut Joe Engle, Tom from Petersens Hunting magazine and conference participants.
"Ruffs on the Edge" was included in Sports Afield article Hunting's Top Painters.
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One of the Petersen Prints national advertisements for John's prints.
Doug Miller of Wildlife World Museum and John at Safari Club International Conference. Doug is a strong positive influence on all areas of wildlife art and conservation education.
This was a story in Petersen's Hunting Magazine that was to be about John's art, however, the writer seemed to focus on John's dog's work and the hunting. Hard not to do.
John's artwork featured on the cover and inside Artist Spotlight of the Dallas Safari Club Magazine.
Mzuri Wildlife International show. Prime Minister Ian Smith and wife Janet of Rhodesia. The Wildlife Conservancy Committee from England selected John to be their "Artist of the Year" in London during this show.
Signing the State of Oregon Ducks Unlimited "Artist of the Year" print.
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John and Ken Durbin, Oregon Fish and Wildlife biologist, setting out Brant rig.
At the English Game Conservancy fund raising dinner at the Dorchester in London. John, Bette and the Directors with the original "Artist of the Year" painting donated for their auction.
Signing of the Ducks Unlimited "Artist of the Year" print Houston, Texas.
John's art featured and included in the Ward Foundation Museum collection.
Ducks Unlimited "Sponsor Artist of the Year" California.
Ducks Unlimited Artist, San Diego, California
Signing the State of Texas Ducks Unlimited Sponsor "Artist of the Year" print.
A lifetime of exposure to the outdoors and the many experiences with it's wildlife have been the inspiration for John's artworks. Certainly, this has contributed immensely to his ability to transform the sights of his own experiences, as well as those of others, into visual art. National recognition for John's work was received in the late 60's with the introduction of his paintings in the New York "Crossroads of Sport " catalog. From there, invitations to exhibit in national and international shows opened the door to international recognition. The donation of artworks have supported conservation efforts in many countries through Wildlife Organizations and Government Wildlife Departments. Below are some of the experiences, over the years, that give credibility to the recognition of the quality and level of the artwork.
Tony Ross, John and Bette at South Fork with the first"Artist of the Year" painting for Texas Quail Forever fund raising dinner.
The first Texas Quail Forever fund raising dinner held at South Fork Ranch. The original "Artist of the Year" painting for the event was published in a limited edition giclee print.
Cover of the Ruffed Grouse Society magazine.