William Means Rhett, Jr.
William Means Rhett, Jr. is most noted for his wood sculptures created feather by feather. He has had place of honor in the prestigious Easton Waterfowl Festival that is held annually in Maryland. He exhibited his work for many years in the Crossroad of Sport Gallery in New York and has exhibited at SEWE(Southeastern Wildlife Expo). His work has been sold through Sotheby's and is displayed in museums and collections, both public and private. in 2002 he began to paint wildlife and hunting scenes in oils and has now gained national publicity. His originals and Giclée prints are exhibited in the gallery.