Life has been complicated lately...I was lucky enough to get some lake time this morning, hooked 11 and was trying to get that next painting...no worries though, just happy that I got my line wet.
The starting lineup for this years lake opener which is in 2 days, I will be fishing at a lake in the Olympic Peninsula of Washington Stare. I should tie a few more, the trout really destroy these patterns and I need double the quantity of whats hear
Finished this one up today...Return of the King, 16"X 20" Watercolor. Thank you Paul Vecsei for the photo reference.
23 days until lake opener. Sketched this one out, not sure what fly to paint, either a wet fly or a streamer, anyone have a suggestion?
Latest one in the works... Not sure if I should keep going or start over. "Life" has put many challenges in my path over the last month or so...getting into the zone seems like a distant memory...
Found this in my mailbox today. A news letter called, The Ripple Effect by CCA . I was named artist of the year. It just keeps getting better...I am grateful.
My monthly submittal to Puget Sound Fly Fishers Monthly Newsletter...Its all about fishing...it is also reflective of the current times...
With all of the rain...it makes it easier to paint. Here is a marketing piece that I just finished up.
Well trout river opener is about 111 days away...no reason to start getting ready now...I know the rivers need to fall into shape...cabin fever and lack of steel-heading is driving me bat-shit crazy! Hopefully next weekend...
Finished with time to spare...This one is being donated to Coastal Conservation Association. “Untitled” Size: 16”X20” Medium: Watercolor, Source: 300lb Cold Press. Photo Reference: Ingrid Taylor. Hopefully this Green Bay/Atlanta game gets more en
Something to remind us of the warmer days..."On the rise"20" x 12" Original Watercolor 300lb Cold Press
My attempts at writing to include my artwork for the January news letter for Puget Sound Fly Fishers.