We are excited that Gray’s Sporting Journal has published “West Mountain Turkey” in a new story. This painting was inspired by Ed’s experiences in the mountains of central Idaho at the No Business Lodge. The original is available. For more information contact the studio directly.
Turkey Insurgency and Gray’s Sporting Journal
We are proud to be part of Gray’s, and have been featured on the cover and within its pages several times. The magazine features a mix of fine sporting literature, art, photography and travel, and has been in existence since 1975. It is the publication of choice for sportsmen and women worldwide.
If you haven’t seen the Fall 2016 issue of BigLife Magazine yet, find yourself a copy. This colorful publication is hefty and rich with stories about life in western mountain towns. Ed was interviewed by editor-in-chief Ryan Waterfield; and the resulting Arts & Culture section’s article features images of his journals and the large colorful paintings inspired by his travels.
Ed has been asked to become a regular contributor to BigLife. Look for future issues featuring Ed’s signature style.
BigLife Magazine publishes four issues annually. The stories in its pages deliver viewpoints on life in the mountains, and discuss recreation, arts and culture, entrepreneurs, and issues specific to mountain towns. The magazine is distributed in Park City, Sun Valley, and Jackson Hole. You can also find a copy at select Barnes & Noble stores, and some Whole Foods stores in the West.
A big thanks goes out to the people at BigLife Magazine! We are excited about working together in the future.
We are delighted to announce that Gulfshore Life Magazine invited Ed to document his most recent coastal fishing adventure. “The Sanibel Catch” was written on Sanibel Island, Florida and will appear in the August 2016 issue. His journal pages tell the story with colorful sketches, photos, and tales from the blue water island. Sanibel Island is part of the Cape Coral-Fort Myers area on the Gulf coast of southwestern Florida. The waters surrounding this barrier island contain over 50 different kinds of fish including snook and tarpon. Consequently, it makes for some interesting options for anglers. Sanibel’s beaches are also a very popular place for beach combing. Shell-seekers can indeed find hundreds of different kinds of sea shells. Ed’s story of beach fishing sets the scene for a typical fishing day at the beach.
“Just don’t hook the shellers behind you.”
Ed’s journals are the inspiration for his paintings. This particular visual tale became the fabric behind the painting “Snooks”. The original is available. Contact the studio directly for more information.