Posts Tagged ‘Jim Hautman’

Jim Hautman’s “Busting Out” Named Pheasants Forever’s 2014-2015 Print of the Year

Wednesday, August 13th, 2014

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Jim Hautman, a Minnesota wildlife artist and four-time winner of the prestigious Federal Duck Stamp Art Contest, has had his work named as Pheasants Forever’s Print of the Year for the fifth time. “Busting Out,” Pheasants Forever’s 2014-2015 Print of the Year, will be available at Pheasants Forever chapter banquets to help raise funds for upland conservation efforts.

HautmanHautman is thrilled to once again be contributing to Pheasants Forever’s mission. “I was trying to depict the excitement of birds flushing at the end of a field,” explained Hautman. “I wanted the location of the old farm building to suggest that the low area had been farmed in the past, probably during drought years, but has now returned to its natural habitat. This is the kind of area where I’ve had my best pheasant action.”

Since 1984 (two years after Pheasants Forever’s formation), Pheasants Forever has selected an annual Print of the Year – limited-edition prints that local Pheasants Forever chapters have used to raise funds for their area conservation efforts. Artists including Robert Hautman, the late James Meger (a record six Pheasants Forever Print of the Year selections), Rosemary Millette and more have contributed to Pheasants Forever’s wildlife habitat mission as Print of the Year artists.

Hand signed and numbered “Busting Out” prints (16”x24”) are also available in limited quantity at Pheasants Forever’s online store and in Print of the Year greeting cards.

Field Notes are compiled by Anthony Hauck, Pheasants Forever’s online editor. Email Anthony at AHauck@pheasantsforever.org and follow him on Twitter @AnthonyHauckPF.

“Before the Storm” Named Pheasants Forever’s 2013-2014 Print of the Year

Tuesday, July 2nd, 2013

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Scot Storm’s “Before the Storm” has been selected as Pheasants Forever’s 2013-2014 Print of the Year.

The Minnesota-based Storm has earned numerous awards and recognition for his wildlife art, including the 2004 Federal Duck Stamp. Storm’s “Rooster Ridge” was Pheasants Forever’s 2009-2010 Print of the Year, and his “Legacy” series helped raise thousands of dollars for Pheasants Forever’s Build a Wildlife Area program.

Since 1984 (two years after Pheasants Forever’s formation), Pheasants Forever has selected an annual Print of the Year – limited-edition prints that local Pheasants Forever chapters have used to raise funds for their area conservation efforts. Artists including Jim Hautman, Robert Hautman, the late James Meger (a record six Pheasants Forever Print of the Year selections), Rosemary Millette and more have contributed to Pheasants Forever’s wildlife habitat mission as Print of the Year artists.

Before the Storm” is signed and numbered in a limited-edition of 1,000 prints, and will be available at Pheasants Forever chapter banquets throughout the next year. It is also available through Pheasants Forever’s MarketPlace framed or unframed.

Field Notes are compiled by Anthony Hauck, Pheasants Forever’s Online Editor. Email Anthony at AHauck@pheasantsforever.org and follow him on Twitter @AnthonyHauckPF.

Hautman’s “Full House” Named Pheasants Forever’s 30th Anniversary Print

Monday, July 30th, 2012

Robert Hautman’s “Full House” has been selected as Pheasants Forever’s 30th Anniversary Print of the Year. “Full House” is signed and numbered in an edition of 1,000 prints and will be available at Pheasants Forever chapter banquets this autumn and next spring.

“Full House,” Pheasants Forever’s 30th Anniversary Print of the Year

Since 1984 (two years after Pheasants Forever’s formation), Pheasants Forever has selected an annual Print of the Year – limited-edition prints that local Pheasants Forever chapters have used to raise funds for their area conservation efforts. Artists including Jim Hautman (Robert’s brother), the late James Meger (a record six Pheasants Forever Print of the Year selections), Scot Storm, Rosemary Millette and more have contributed to Pheasants Forever’s wildlife habitat mission as Print of the Year artists.

Hautman’s “Full House” draws on his more than 30 years of pheasant hunting experience, and was inspired by a recent South Dakota trip where the ringnecks were plentiful against a backdrop of rich habitat and cool-looking old barns and buildings.

In addition to its availability at Pheasants Forever chapter events, the 30th Anniversary Print of the Year is available unframed at $155, framed at $335 and in holiday cards (25-count with envelopes). To order, call Pheasants Forever toll free at (877) 773-8073.

Field Notes are compiled by Anthony Hauck Pheasants Forever’s Online Editor. Email Anthony at AHauck@pheasantsforever.org and follow him on Twitter @AnthonyHauckPF.