Finished this one, going in the mail on Monday, entering Oregon State Conservation Stamp contest. 13" x 18" Original Watercolor.
Pierce County dinner auction/banquet Coastal Conservation Association print of mine went for $375.00. Pretty cool I think!
I think I am done with the background, time to focus on the fish. If turns out well,I will be submitting this to the Oregon State Conservation Stamp contest.
Sketching out the next one. Submitting this one to see if it is good enough for the Oregon Conservation Stamp. Curious to see how it turns out, there will be a lot of light and shadows.
"Too hot to fish" Special. $110.00 USD, additional charge for shipping within the ContUS, Hand delivery available in the Puget Sound Region.framed and matted."Early Summer Light"11x14300lb Cold PressOriginal Watercolor
Was asked to reproduce my fly fishing clubs logo for printing purposes(left). I also created a version through my eyes(right). I tried to get some history about the original image but, it seems that not much is known. I would like to know who the origina
Some people might recognize these (2) symbols, a warm up to some reproduction work that I am starting.
Entering these (2) in a fly tying contest. Not sure how they will do, they are not to flashy but, they catch me fish.
The latest and greatest in the works. This piece is paying for advertising in Salmon & Steelhead Journal.
Saturday morning sketch of a Muddler Minnow. Now I need to figure out where I am going to fish this weekend.
Sunday morning sketch turned into Sunday afternoon, I can do better, just a warm up. Getting the deer hair to look right is a challenge.
Sunday morning sketch...running behind. I still have an article to write, and dog told me this morning he wants to go swimming at the river sometime today...
I hit a major milestone today, my friend Charles published his book and I was fortunate to have my artwork on the cover. This is a first for me, a turning point with my profession...It is available for purchase on Amazon.
Paint brushes have been dry...usually happens during dry fly season. This summer has been great, been having a difficult time sitting down to do anything. In the Pacific Northwest...you go outside an play when its nice out. Deadlines are getting short...
Its hard to trade fishing pole for a paint brush when the waters look like this...great morning on the Skookumchuck river.
Its been a while since I have painted, fishing season is in full swing. Here is the latest works in progress.