This short film from T.C. Worley highlights artist Bob White, whose “love of wild places drew him into a lifetime spent recreating the places he’s visited in paintings.”
Artist Martin Simpson has battled cancer since 2012, and in April 2015 a scan revealed the cancer had spread to his bones. A website has been created so that people can write their words of encouragement/tributes for him while he can read and appreciate them. View Simpson’s artwork and leave your thoughts.
Artist Bob White’s work has been featured in Gray’s Sporting Journal, Pheasants Forever, and Shooting Sportsman among others. And in 2009 he was inducted into the National Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame. A recent profile highlights White’s life and work. “The images I create tend to be reflective in nature,” says White. “I endeavor to create...
Recently GuideHire sat down with artist, author and angler James Prosek for an interview that explores his passion for nature and conservation as well as his professional path. “I have drawn pictures for as long as I can remember,” says Prosek. “I have a Polaroid photo of me drawing at four years old. It's always been a part of me.”
In partnership with the Emerson Center for the Arts & Culture, the International Trout Congress will curate two exhibits during the event set to be held in Bozeman, Montana, October 2–6, 2016. “The goal of this gathering is to explore and celebrate the intersections of trout with the arts, literature, education, socio-economics, science and...
The second season of Redington’s “Find Your Water” series kicks off with this beautiful films short featuring artist Josh DeSmit as he explores Western rivers in search of inspiration.
Idaho-based artist Ed Anderson talks about his work painting fish and the places they swim in this short feature from Bryan Huskey.
Artist Bob White presents a detailed look at the journey of a painting, from beginning to end. Head to White’s website to watch the painting “Close to Hand” take shape, which accompanied a recent essay by John Gierach. “Sometimes finishing a painting is a lot like raising a child,” writes White, “the hardest (and often most important) part of...
The Henry’s Fork Foundation had made available posters of an original oil painting by Dave Hall entitled “Early Morning on the Upper Henry’s Fork.” All profits go to benefit the conservation efforts of the foundation.
From net to canvas, this short film documents the creation of a new piece of artwork by Derek DeYoung.