|Title – Even Money
Artist – Hayden Lambson
Size – 30″ x 21″ Approximately (Paper), 27″ x 18″ (Image).
Limited Edition – 309/500
Signed by the artist.
Hayden Lambson Bio:
In 1982 he printed his first print. In 1988 he was selected to be the Artist of the year for Whitetails Unlimited, and Artist of the Year for the Foundation of North American Wild Sheep. In 1990, after which he decided it might be a good idea to try painting some wild sheep. In the winter 1991 he was chosen as Artist of the Quarter for the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, and then Artist of the Year for the Minnesota Deer Hunters Association.
For many years Hayden’s work could be seen at shows such as Safari Club International, The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, and others. He was also a charter member of the now defunct Wildlife Artists of the World.
Many of his paintings have been published by Leanin’ Tree Publishing Co. in their Christmas card line and the National Rifle Association uses his work for cards, prints, and target practice.
Hayden’s artwork has been featured in art and outdoor magazines such as Art West, Hunters’ Quest, Wildlife Art News, Idaho Wildlife, Cabela’s, New Mexico Wildlife, Alaskan Outdoors, Thrifty Nickel, and others.
He has also uses his work to raise thousands of dollars each year for conservation groups in order to help them conserve things such as big game, Native American bingo halls and water foul
From Hayden’s artwork, his enthusiasm for wildlife conservation, and the moose ribs on the dinner table, it’s easy to see that he has a love for the great outdoors–a love that has been shared by his wife and eight children.