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What's That?—Boy Hunting Art Collection by Rollie Brandt

What's That?—Boy Hunting Art Collection

by Rollie Brandt

Item No: F083985098

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“It’s nice having a place where we can keep our deer stand up for the fall. Waiting all day for school to let out to go bow hunting with Dad, seems endless. But then the time flies until sunset! Every sound you hear; every squirrel, every snapping twig, you think must be a deer!”

Limited edition of 950 signed and numbered prints. Image size, 21" x 14-1/2". A Wild Wings exclusive.
Orientation:PortraitEdition:Limited Edition
Height:21"Medium:Print
Width:14.5"Framing:Unframed
Product Type:Limited Edition PrintOrigin:Made in USA
Brand:Wild WingsDisplay Location:Wall Mount
Rollie Brandt

Rollie Brandt

Artist

As a child, Rollie Brandt knew what she wanted in life–to pursue a career in art. How fitting her exceptional talents are now realized nationally in endearing portrayals of children exploring their world and interacting with nature.

Known as “the artist” throughout her school days, young Rollie revealed an uncharacteristically...

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“It’s nice having a place where we can keep our deer stand up for the fall. Waiting all day for school to let out to go bow hunting with Dad, seems endless. But then the time flies until sunset! Every sound you hear; every squirrel, every snapping twig, you think must be a deer!”

Limited edition of 950 signed and numbered prints. Image size, 21" x 14-1/2". A Wild Wings exclusive.
Product Specifications
Orientation:PortraitEdition:Limited Edition
Height:21"Medium:Print
Width:14.5"Framing:Unframed
Product Type:Limited Edition PrintOrigin:Made in USA
Brand:Wild WingsDisplay Location:Wall Mount
About the artist
Rollie Brandt

Rollie Brandt

Artist

As a child, Rollie Brandt knew what she wanted in life–to pursue a career in art. How fitting her exceptional talents are now realized nationally in endearing portrayals of children exploring their world and interacting with nature.

Known as “the artist” throughout her school days, young Rollie revealed an uncharacteristically...

Read More