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Featured Artists

At Toscoga, we are pleased to help our clients discover wonderful artists.


James Hautman

James Hautman, Minnesota, has been drawing and painting wildlife subjects for over forty years.  In addition to his record setting six wins of the prestigious Federal Duck Stamp Contest, as well as state and international duck stamp designs.  Twice named Ducks Unlimited International Artist of the Year, Jim’s artwork has been displayed in The White House, The Smithsonian Institution, Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, The United Nations Headquarters, and in public and private collections throughout the world. 

Lita Gatlin

Lita Gatlin, a native of Georgia, now living in Charlotte, North Carolina, began drawing in pencil and ink at an early age and transitioned into the oil medium after college.  In 2002, after a career in banking, the excitement of painting took over as she pursued art as a full-time career.  “The beauty and colors of the natural world around us provide the most inspiration for my painting,” says Lita.  “I am always amazed at the colors in nature and how they constantly change with daylight and atmosphere.”  She strives to show the effect of these changes on the mood and temperature of each painting.  Lita received a B.B.A. from the University of Georgia and has taken various classes from Andy Braitman of Charlotte over the years.  Each year she chooses one or two artists whom she admires to attend their workshop, including Ken Auster, Roger Dale Brown, Perry Austin, Greg LaRock and Larry Moore.  Lita’s stunning works are exhibited frequently and may be found in private and corporate collections throughout the country.

Beverly Ford Evans

Beverly Ford Evans, Franklin, Tennessee,  Combining her love of the outdoors and wildlife, Beverly is well known among collectors for her wildlife, fowl, game, and sporting art.  She expertly captures the essence of her native state of Tennessee and shares it through her artistry.  An avid traveler, Beverly frequently  packs are paints and captures fascinating scenes throughout the United States and abroad, inspired by the diversity and beauty in every turn of the road. 

Scot Storm

An architect by training, self-taught artist Scot's love of hunting and the outdoors drew him to explore the challenges of wildlife art. In 1987, he entered the Minnesota Duck Stamp contest and placed second. Encouraged by the acceptance of his initial work, he continued to enter stamp contests and enjoyed his first top award by winning the Indiana Pheasant Stamp competition in 1991, and the Federal Duck Stamp Contest in 2004.  His paintings of waterfowl, hunting dogs and other animals all reveal his attention to the fine details that breathe life into every image and draw the viewer into a scene.

Rick Reeves

Rick Reeves’s art, prints and posters hang proudly in the U.S. Army War College, the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, the National Guard Bureau, the Cavalry Museum, the 12th Armored Division Memorial Museum, the 2-505 Parachute Infantry Regimental Headquarters, the 307th Engineer Battalion, 25th Infantry (L) Division Headquarters, the Atlanta Cyclorama, the Florida Sports Hall of Fame and countless public and private collections throughout the country.

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