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Terry Redlin

 
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Redlin open edition art

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Family Traditions
10 1/2" x 18" - print size
16" x 23" - double-matted and framed size
$60
$149.95
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Social Hour
Signed and numbered Print
16 1/2" x 28"
Matted and framed size - 22" x 34"
Edition of 9500

$250



$400
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Colors of Spring
Signed and numbered Print - 18 1/2" x 32"
Matted and framed size - 24" x 38"
Signed and numbered canvas edition
Edition of 9500

$275



$700



$425

$850
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Building The Community
Signed and numbered Print - 16 1/2" x 28"
Matted and framed size - 22" x 34"
-Edition of 9500

$250



$400
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Twilight Time
Signed and numbered Print - 18 1/2" x 32"
Matted and framed size - 24" x 38"
Signed and numbered Master Canvas edition of 1950

$275



$700



$425

$850

Artist Biography
Few artists can rival the standards of excellence achieved by Master Artist Terry Redlin over the past eighteen years.  He is truly one of the country's most widely collected painters of wildlife and Americana art.  Since the first poll was conducted in 1991, Redlin has been named America's most popular artist in annual gallery surveys conducted by U. S. ART magazine.  His induction into U.S. ART's Hall of Fame in 1992 followed the magazine's poll of 900 galleries nationwide which that year placed five of Redlin's limited editions in the top eleven in popularity.  Over the life of the poll, twenty-eight prints have been included in that list.  His use of earthy colors, blazing sunrises and sunsets, and nostalgic themes are often cited as the reasons for his immense popularity.
Redlin's interest in the outdoors can be traced to his childhood in Watertown, South Dakota.  A motorcycle accident ended his dream of becoming a forest ranger, and he opted to pursue a career in the graphic arts.  He earned a degree from the St. Paul School of Associated Arts and spent 25 years working in commercial art.
in 1977, at the age of 40, Redlin burst onto the wildlife scene when his painting "Winter Snows" appeared on the cover of The Farmer magazine.  By 1979, demand for his work had become so great that he left his art directing career to concentrate on painting wildlife.
Since then, Redlin's meteoric rise has been unparalleled in the field of contemporary wildlife art.  In 1981 and 1984, he won the Minnesota Duck Stamp competition and in 1982, the Minnesota Trout Stamp contest.  He also placed second that year in the Federal Duck Stamp Competition.  He has been honored as Artist of the Year for Ducks Unlimited (National and Minnesota) and as Conservationist of the Year-Magnum  Donor for his gift of entire print editions.  The National Association of Limited Edition Dealers has three times presented him with the lithograph of the Year award for excellence in the medium.
In 1992, he completed his most ambitious work to date, painting each line in the first stanza of "America the Beautiful."  All eight, which depict American life from the settling of the West to the present day, were released as limited edition prints over a three-year period, ending in January, 1995.  The series has been showcased in art and consumer magazines nationwide, and it has been acclaimed by thousands of collectors.  "Terry Redlin Paints America the Beautiful"", a video presentation produced by Hadley House, earned a coveted Telly Award in the 1993 national competition.
Terry Redlin derives the most satisfaction from his conservation work.  Over the sixteen year period from 1981-1997, his donations to Ducks Unlimited raised more than $28 million, setting an all-time record in art sales for wetland preservation projects.   By his own estimate, he has donated several million dollars in art to other non-profit conservation organizations.