The late Elmer Sprunger was a world-renowned nature artist and illustrator. He lived and died in his beloved Bigfork – Swan Valley area, and is today remembered in the Sprunger-Whitney Nature Trail in the Swan.

Elmer was a world-class painter of the area’s wildlife from majestic bull elk and grizzly to the tiny chipmunk and chick-a-dee. Even his smaller studies command hundreds of dollars on the national art markets. Collectors everywhere are proud to display Sprunger nature paintings on their walls.

In a gracious and generous offer made jointly by a club life member and with the blessings of the Elmer Sprunger estate, Bigfork Gun Club members exclusively can purchase a full-color,

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gallery-quality 18 x24 inch lithograph   reproduction of one of Elmer’s paintings of bull elk against the spectacular backdrop of the Garden Wall and South Fork of the Flathead River in the Bob Marshall Wilderness.

At the risk of sounding like an “as seen on TV ad,” we can honestly say that the price
of such a print only to club members is equally as spectacular as the image. This is a
fundraiser to help pay for improvements to the shotgun range  future building projects. Your cost to own one of these beautiful prints is sooo low that Elmer’s estate has asked us not to openly disclose it.

For more information or to purchase your print of this marvelous Northwest scene
at a later date, contact Ann Hewitt or the Web Wizard.

The prints for sale through this offering are not intended for resale; this is a special
offer made exclusively as a fund raiser to members of Bigfork Gun Club.

L. D. Gross, chairman
Bigfork Gun Club


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