A painting by Guy Crittenden of Richmond, Va., has been chosen as the winner of the 2016 California Duck Stamp Art Contest. The painting, which depicts a pair of lesser snow geese flying over the famed Butte Sink marsh, will be the official design for the 2016-2017 stamp.
It was the first time that Crittenden has won the California Duck Stamp Art Contest, although he has won numerous contests held by other states. Following the contest Tuesday in Davis, the judges praised Crittenden’s painting, citing its autumnal feel, quality of light and anatomical accuracy.
For complete information on the contest, visit the California Dept. of Fish and Game article.
Limited Edition prints are currently being offered through Crittenden Studio, and you can purchase your print through this website or by calling Guy directly at 804-357-6027. The original oil painting may also be available for purchase. If interested in reserving your print or submitting a bid for the original painting, please contact Crittenden Studio via email.
Collectors Edition (500 prints) - $125
Artist Proof Edition (50 prints) - $150
Excecutive Color Remarque Edition (100 prints) - $300
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