Category Archives: Within SCI

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Space for Art – Tips for Collectors who are Running out of Room


For serious collectors, not much comes between them and a piece of art that summons their affections. Take a Jean-Michel Basquiat painting that sold at a recent Sotheby’s auction for a whopping $110.5 million (with a pre-sale estimate of $60 million). Setting all kinds of auction records, the exorbitant cost did not make this Japanese collector flinch. Continue reading Space for Art – Tips for Collectors who are Running out of Room

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Sherry Steele Details In Pen-And-Ink


Ripple Effect – Sherry Steele

Examine the details, colors, the expressions and movements of the animals that pen-and-ink artist Sherry Steele portrays, and it’s hard to believe she is self-taught. Although her talent for sketching was evident as early Continue reading Sherry Steele Details In Pen-And-Ink

U.S. Government Orders Expansion Of Hunter Access To Federal Lands


In a ground-breaking move, U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke issued an order today that directs the overseers of millions of acres of Federal lands to come up with plans to expand access for hunters and fishermen. Continue reading U.S. Government Orders Expansion Of Hunter Access To Federal Lands

The Guns of SCI


Join us at SCI’s Annual Hunters’ Convention as we auction a truly extraordinary collection of fine firearms. These represent the pinnacle of the custom gunsmiths art. To register or for more information click here.