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Eye Popping Art Up For Auction

SCI members eagerly look forward to our annual Convention for a number of reasons, but perhaps the most anticipated is discovering what unique and beautiful art will be on the auction block. Every year, wildlife artists, engravers and jewelry designers pull out all the stops to provide a wide range of one of a kind items and donate them for auction to help SCI realize it global conservation mission. Here is a taste of the exquisite pieces that will be up for bid at the 2018 SCI Convention.

The Wildlife Works of Cynthie Fisher: Where Science and Art Collide

Alaskan Monarch

It takes one to know one, as they say, and that certainly comes into play when looking at the wildlife art of Cynthie Fisher. An avid hunter, she not only searches out deer, antelope and elk to fill the freezer, but also enjoys an annual African hunt Continue reading The Wildlife Works of Cynthie Fisher: Where Science and Art Collide

Multi-Media Man

“One of us was going to die,” Stephen (Steve) LeBlanc said without emotion between sips of a diet soda. We were seated in his kitchen in his home south of Denver. Through a Continue reading Multi-Media Man

Karl Lansing, a True Artist

wildlife bronzes
Her Escort by Karl Lansing

Karl and Louise Lansing have been exhibitors and donors to Safari Club International since 1999. They have donated more than $330,000 in artwork to SCI. He is a talented artist who has a passion for Continue reading Karl Lansing, a True Artist