Entries in fly fishing art (188)
The Angler’s Alphabet explores our age-old fascination with fish and fishing through the double lenses of science and literature. Anglers, it would appear, are drawn to the pen and the page as well as to the rod and the stream; Mann Library’s extensive collection on fish, fish ecology, and the art of fishing includes texts dating back to the 17th century, as well as gorgeously illustrated modern books.
LINK (via: Cornell University)
This rod tube art by artist Eric Hornung of Anti Hero Electric Tattoo graces the first in a series of Nature Boy Designs “featured artist” rod tubes.
The tube is first painted white by NBD and then shipped out to the artist where they are free to apply thier individual art. The tube is then sent back to NBD for the finishing touches that best reflects that artists work.
LINK (via: Nature Boy Designs)
Unleash your inner De Young!
Artists – from first-time amateur to student, fly fishing guide or professional – may compete for the opportunity of designing the fish graphic finish of a new Abel Reel including recognition and write-up on our website and 2015 catalog.
Two winners, one freshwater and one saltwater species fish category, will be awarded the Abel Reel of their choice, showcasing their own winning design.
Just received this gift of a killer Cliff Box with a rendering of a North Delaney brown by Wyoming artist Ty Hallock.
Here is a timelapse of the artist at work on a rainbow version.
This is the second time that brownie has been transformed into a piece of art. The first time was this Bragging Rights portrait I had Savlen do for my Mom.