By Joe Evans
USA -(Ammoland.com)- Here at Safari Club International 2017 Convention in Las Vegas, Nev. there’s plenty to do and see.
The variety of booths are enormous, ranging from safari guides selling their services, custom-made guns from all over Europe and America and taxidermy animals from many different companies scattered all over the show floor.
Some of the most eye catching work, however, are the fine art available from artists all over the world.
Here are some of the highlights from artists all over the SCI Convention show floor:
The following work is by Ron Brunson Bronze Wildlife Sculptures. To see more of his work, visit their website.
This sculpture is priced at $5800.
The following work is by Stefano Cecchini for Grand Bohemian Galleries. To see more of his work, visit their website.
Oil on wood, 44×40. This painting is priced at $19,500.
Oil on wood, 40×40. This painting is priced at $21,500.
The following sculptures are by Fred Boyer. To see more of his work, visit his website.
This sculpture is priced at $7000.
This sculpture is priced $15,500.
The following work is by Linda Beese. To see more of her work, visit her website.
Original oil, 22×48. This painting is priced at $13,000.
Giclee canvas, 18×24. This painting is priced at $300.
Original oil, 30×50. This painting is priced at $950.
The following work is by Brian Jarvi. To see more of his work, visit his website.
Original oil. This painting is price at $59,000.
Original oil. This painting is priced $13,000.
Original oil. This painting is priced at $17,000.
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About Joe Evans:
Joe Evans is the Assistant Editor at Ammoland.com.
The 22-year-old journalist, freelance writer and editor is a Pennsylvanian, a University of Scranton 2016 graduate. He’s a sports fan, blogger and lover of all things interesting. Forever writing something somewhere. Find him and read his work on Twitter and Ammoland.com.