NWTF Supper Fund Auction Package

March 14th 1998

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Hunter's Moon by Marian Anderson


A mountain man of the trapper-trader era pauses for a moment in the brisk coolness of the night as the hunter's moon lights his way back to camp. Upon his return, he will enjoy the rewards of the wild turkey that he bagged along the journey. Marian Anderson's respect and love for life is clearly evident in her work. Her mountain man images are hightly recognized and treasured by those who share her great love for nature and humanity.



Exclusive to NWTF events. --Edition size: 1,500



Crimson Cheer by Kathy Dickson


This handsome pair of cardinals is nestled in a low-lying thicket awaiting winter. You can almost hear their loud cheeful song. Kathy Dickson's love for wildlife and deep concern for conservation is reflected in her numerous paintings and print donations on behalf of wildlife conservation programs. A self-taught artist, Kathy credits God for her talent and love for His creations. This beautiful piece will look great showcased in any room of your home.



Exclusive to NWTF events. --Edition size: 1,500



The Gathering by Mark Anderson


The Gathering was the winner of the 1998 Grand National Art Competition at the NWTF's 22nd Annual Convention in Indianapolis, Ind. Mark, an avid hunter and fisherman, gathers many of his ideas for paintings from outings in his home state of South Dakota. Mark's artwork may be seen and purchased at many conservation group banquets and art shows throughout the Midwest.



Exclusive to NWTF events. --Edition size: 1,500



First Rays of Dawn by Murrell Butler


Nationally renowned artist, Murrell Butler, noted for landscape and illustration, has truly outdone himself. One glimpse of First Rays of Dawn and you will be reminded why the wild turkey is know as the grandest of all game birds. This print portrays a turkey hunter's idea of heaven on earth.



Exclusive to NWTF events. --Edition size: 1,500



Struttin' Time! by Mark Twain Noe


These three noble gobblers are so realistic they seem to come to life on the canvas. This extraordinary piece by Mark Twain Noe is one of his best ever. His rustic cabin home is in the Tuscarora Mountains of Pennsylvania where Mark is surrounded by the subjects of many of his paintings. He has won an endless number of awards and has been honored by various conservation groups. His is a talent for all seasons and all places



Exclusive to NWTF events. --Edition size: 1,500


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