Stephen Barlow

For over 30 years, American artist and craftsman Stephen Barlow has created artwork of exceptional detail, lifelike quality and classic composition. Each design is skillfully hand-finished and painted to enhance the beauty of the engraving. Timeless engravings capture the magnificent images of our national landscape and themes. Today, the Barlow Studio creates an exquisite collection of gifts and accessories with a wide range of designs.

Dave Bartholet

Dave is a self taught artist residing on the Oregon coast. He has spent time in the Wyoming woods where he developed an awareness and love of wildlife. He is one of the artists chosen by the Association of Northwest Steelheaders for the “Sportfishing Stamp” and collector’s limited edition print conservation fund raising program.

Janet Biondi

A talented artist residing in the Mt. Shasta area, Janet began her career as marine artist. In addition to the limited edition prints offered by, Janet designed our promotional t-shirts used to raise funds for stream conservation.

Darrell Davis

A native of southern Illinois, Darrell laid his paintbrush aside in college when he found that a degree in teaching would provide a secure future. He taught school in Michigan but never gave up his interest in the northwest wilderness expressed in his art. Darrell is the winner of two prior Steelheader “Sportfishing Stamp” contests.

Les Douglas

Born in Southern California, Les spent his first eight years on a small family farm in Iowa. His fascination with wildlife began there. Les is a self-taught artist who has spent years developing his techniques, using custom-cast pewter designs. He painstakingly blends the hundreds of acrylic color combinations that make his art as realistic as the wildlife itself. Each piece is hand-painted and sealed with a durable high gloss finish which makes his collectable pins unique and a true art piece.

Don Dye

Don is a life long resident of Washington State. His passion for nature and its beauty began early in life at his parent’s lakeside cabin where he spent hours fishing and observing nature firsthand. His copper repousse’ wall art pieces are appreciated and collected by anglers across the country and around the world.

Vic Erickson

After years of practice in architecture and design, Vic Erickson turned his attention and talent to angling and wildlife art. Vic’s work is in collections around the world. His support and donations to organizations have helped raise substantial funds for wild fish conservation and habitat improvement.

Michael Gibson

Michael is an art historian, teacher and multi-media artist. Currently residing in southern Oregon, Michael has produced a series of original paintings of fly fishing scenes. He accepts commissions that transform a clients angling experience into a lifetime memory.

Ron Pittard

Ron enjoys the outdoors and uses his talent to bring it to life for others. Ron is best known for his biologically and scientifically exact fish identification chart “Trout, Salmon and Char of North America”. Ron has also produced technical illustrations for the U.S. Core of Engineers and hundreds of Maritime museums.

Gill Sanders

After years as a pediatrician in Salt Lake City, Dr. Sanders began hand carving trout and salmon from aspen logs. Carving is a way to combine his love of fly fishing with his need to create. His interest in medicine spurred his study of fish anatomy which helps in the carving process. Gill’s carved fish and jewelry are displayed in galleries and private collections across the country.

William Spear

Bill has lived and worked in Juneau, Alaska for over 30 years. Intrigued with enamel pins which are common collectors items in Alaska, Bill felt that an honored medium could be elevated by attention to design, detail and quality control. His enameled pins are known throughout the world for their integrity of design and are carried by the most respected museums and galleries around the world.


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