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Brush Country Studios – Taxidermy At Its Finest

At Prairie Mountain Wildlife Studio and Brush Country Studios their hearts are in creating a space that preserves memories. From recreating the mountains you hiked to get the sheep of your dreams, to painting the scenery you saw when you were on top of the world, and finally to capturing the beauty in the trophy you harvested at the end of a successful hunt.  Each element is crucial and when everything is brought together the final product will be a custom designed trophy room that portrays your adventures to the highest standard.

Each trophy room is uniquely designed and each taxidermy piece is made custom for the best possible use of space. Each team member has a specific talent and will work with you on custom taxidermy pieces to complete your game room with the final product meeting the highest standards of Safari Club International.

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Entries Sought For Wisconsin Wild Turkey, Pheasant And Waterfowl Stamp Design Contests

Artists looking to have their work featured on a piece of history have until July 15, 2019 to submit artwork for the 2020 Wisconsin wild turkey, pheasant and waterfowl stamp design contests. Continue reading Entries Sought For Wisconsin Wild Turkey, Pheasant And Waterfowl Stamp Design Contests

Terry Lee – SCI Artist Of The Year

SCI Artist Of The Year Terry Lee

Nationally recognized as both an accomplished painter and sculptor, Terry Lee credits his love of the outdoors to his father. An avid hunter and fisherman, Lee’s father would often take Terry and his brother on adventures in the back country of northern Idaho. It was on these outings that Lee learned the value of hunting, not only as a way Continue reading Terry Lee – SCI Artist Of The Year

A Fine Art Epic – Brian Jarvi’s “African Menagerie”

Drawing a Bead
Drawing a Bead

Imagine these pages of SAFARI Magazine without pictorial illustration or, more to the point, what if the current cover was blank? Art matters because it gives us a common focal point for reality and serves as a counterpoint to vacantness. It can compel us to rise out of our chairs, inspire us to make a positive difference in the world by getting involved with causes we believe in, and trigger important conversations about the future of the planet. Continue reading A Fine Art Epic – Brian Jarvi’s “African Menagerie”