George Schelling started his professional career in the mid fifties illustrating for advertising agencies in New Jersey. By 1963 his wildlife paintings were being exhibited by Abercrombie and Fitch and other galleries that specialized in wildlife art in New York City. George's subject matter ranges from hunting and fishing scenes, wildlife, rural settings, seascapes, old buildings and whatever else he imagines or finds interesting.
The Unaccomplished Angler writes about something many of us can relate to.....the fly fishing sticker habit.
Scott Moore is known internationally for his watercolors and oils, and over the past 31 years has received numerous awards for his work. He incorporates two scales within the same painting, giving a personal insight into the story he is telling.