A Word From Pat Conzemius
President and CEO of Wildlife Forever
A Word From Sam Koltinsky
Executive Director of the Jay N. Darling Legacy Center
About Jay N. Darling
Jay Norwood Darling (1876-1962), was a 20th century two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist, a journalist, an artist, a conservation activist, and an advocate of sport hunting and fishing. Darling spent his life promoting the wise use of our natural resources and pursuing concrete actions to keep these values vibrant and alive. Darling left an extraordinary footprint across our nation’s landscape that inspires us even today.
Signed Ding Darling Etching
Design of first federal duck stamp.
16 Inches Wide, 13 1/2 Inches Height
Largemouth Bass Study
Limited edition print
27 1/2 Inches Wide, 17 Inches Height
Framed, Number 2 of 25 Released
Unfinished Waterfowl Study Print
Watercolor and Pencil
From the Sam Koltinsky, Jay N. Darling Legacy Center Collection
Framed, Number 22 of 25 Released (and Last One)
23 Inches Wide, 29 Inches Height
March 1st, 1921
One of a kind, handmade of copper
This was made as special tribute to Henry C. Wallace
23 1/4 Inches Wide, 26 1/2 Inches Height
Professionally Framed with Copper Artwork Floating, Signed
Purchase of these pieces will support the Wildlife Forever Art of Conservation ® program and the ongoing work of the Jay N. Darling Legacy Center.
Thank you for your interest. Please contact Art@WildlifeForever.org with purchase inquiries.