Nine inch wild Brown presented in a beautiful little creek landing net.
I really like these presentations, they are very realistic and often photos are arranged this way, Trout Art as well.
” FATAL ATTRACTION” No, just intrigued with a beautiful fly tied by Aileen Lane called “ THE FATAL ATTRACTOR”. This Nine inch Brookie is schulpted from Tupelo wood and presented on a Manzanita branch with a Sweet Gum tree cut round.
“ GOLD AT THE END OF THE RAINBOW, FINNY VARIETY”
Golden Trout, Golden Rainbow Hybrid, and Palomino Trout.
Of all my creations, I love STYLIZED works the best. It’s just I never know exactly how they’ll turn out. With realistic works I pretty much determine what’s it’s going to be. With STYLIZED creations, it’s a joint effort and the WOOD has A LOT to say about it, and, that’s what makes it both challenging and FUN. ( From MY point of view).ww
” TO THE NET”
Sometimes I just have to keep them, THIS IS ONE OF THOSE TIMES!
This Eight inch wild one is created from Tupelo and presented in a beautiful Brookie net from Kenny Nelson. The driftwood base is Box Elder found for me by my friend Joey Monteleone.
Destination, MY PERSONAL COLLECTION! I’m hoping to get a couple of more of these nets to create something I can offer .
” IM EATEN THAT”!
A Fish eye view, and a man’s eye view, these collaborations
have been a joy to create. Each time I view one I think about my friends that had a part in it.
IM EATEN THAT!
I love collaborations . This creation is carved From Tupelo swamp wood and presented on driftwood found for me by Joey Monteleone, the Manzanita branch selected for me by Artist Pat Reichner, and the fly by Pat Cohen.
” PRESENTATIONS ”
These are several ways I present a Rainbow Trout, I’m now working on a new creation that features several aspects of these. Could be a SPECIAL one, STAY TUNED.
Its been quite a few years since I’ve done a presentation like this, I forgot how attractive they are.
I believe I’ll do another one.
” FOUND YOU” !
Stylized works are my favorites! I love surprises, and these creations almost always accommodate me . They hide, I seek, and the ” game is a foot”. This Rainbow was nicely snugged in a Driftwood Cedar Root and difinately did not to come out. Several times I almost sent it to the burn pile but in the end, I prevailed and was pleasantly SURPRISED.