You don’t have to be an artist to appreciate the talent that goes into every stroke of the brush used to create the elegant works showcased at the 2013 Dallas Safari Club convention and expo.

The event was held in Dallas Jan. 3-6, attracting artists—and art buyers—from around the world. Here’s a tiny sample of what they, along with more than 40,000 hunters who also attended the show, enjoyed.

For more information about Dallas Safari Club, visit www.biggame.org.

Tlou Ledimo by John Banovich. Medium: Oil on Belgium linen. Price: $5,800. Website: www.johnbanovich.com

Hot Lions by Simon Combes. Medium: Original oil. Price: $48,000. Website: www.soyssambuconservancy.org or www.greenwichworkshop.com

Sable Antelope by Ezra Tucker. Medium: Acrylic on board. Price: $10,000. Website: www.ezratucker.com

Titan II by Guy Combes. Medium: Original oil. Price: $5,000. Website: www.soyssambuconservancy.org or www.greenwichworkshop.com

Chaos by Jan Martin McGuire. Medium: Acrylic on canvas. Price: $68,000. Website: www.janmartinmcguire.com

Real and Imagined by Margaret Gradwell. Medium: Acrylic. Price: $15,000. Website: www.callofafrica.com

The Apprenticeship by David Langmead. Medium: Original oil. Price: $45,000. Website: www.callofafrica.com

Intense Encounter by James Gary Hines II. Medium: Digital archival ink photograph. Price: $795. Website: www.jamesgaryhines.com

Heart of a Lioness by Sherry Steele, DSC Artist of the Year 2013. Medium: Giclee. Price: $550. Website: www.sherrysteele.net

Hogwash by James Stroud. Medium: Oil on board. Price: $13,500. Website: www.callofafrica.com

Standing Guard by Peter Stewart. Medium: Oil. Price: $10,500. Website: www.callofafrica.com

Final Moments by John Seerey-Lester. Medium: Oil on canvas. Price: $46,000. Website: www.callofafrica.com

All images copyright original artists

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