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Unread 03-22-2019, 09:32 AM   #1
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Can anyone suggest an artist that I might contact to perhaps do an oil painting of my dogs from a photograph? Thanks.
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Two suggestions:

Dave Ruimveld: www.davidruimveldstudio.com

Larry Cory: larrycoryart@mac.com

Dave is still very active. Larry is starting to taper into retirement

They're both very good. Larry is the 7 time Mich Trout and Duck Stamp winner

I have examples of both their works in my cabin
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Rod Crossman or Chet Reneson
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Pat DeVore Wyatt Did all my family's GWPs. This Is Ringer (Hiltop's Ringmaster) The best Grouse pointing dog I ever had.
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Sorry 'bout that
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Beautiful!!






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That's a very accomplished piece! Just curious what the medium is -- in the photo it looks like pastel. Do you know what medium the artist used?
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Steve,
Rod Lawrence is from michigan also, he is a good friend, he is going to paint a head of my brittany cash for a surprise for my wife. He has won the michigan duck and trout stamp and federal too. He has a website too. rodlawrence@rodlawrence.com
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Yep, Rod's another good one. Between he and Larry Cory, they have something like 13-14 Mich Duck and Trout stamps
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