Category Archives: Art

Video Hatch: “An Artist’s Frontier”

The second season of Redington’s “Find Your Water” series kicks off with this beautiful films short featuring artist Josh DeSmit as he explores Western rivers in search of inspiration.

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Video Hatch: “Artist Ed Anderson Paints Big Salmon”

Idaho-based artist Ed Anderson talks about his work painting fish and the places they swim in this short feature from Bryan Huskey.

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Bob White: Close to Hand

Artist Bob White presents a detailed look at the journey of a painting, from beginning to end. Head to White’s website to watch the painting “Close to Hand” take shape, which accompanied a recent essay by John Gierach. “Sometimes finishing a … more

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Moving Water Poster to Support The Henry’s Fork Foundation

The Henry’s Fork Foundation had made available posters of an original oil painting by Dave Hall entitled “Early Morning on the Upper Henry’s Fork.” All profits go to benefit the conservation efforts of the foundation. Read more in the press … more

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Video Hatch: “October Brown”

From net to canvas, this short film documents the creation of a new piece of artwork by Derek DeYoung.

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Bug Art

Steven Kutcher is an artist, an entomologist, teacher and Hollywood bug wrangler. After working on sets from Copycat to Jurassic Park, Kutcher now uses bugs as his brush, coating their leg with nontoxic water-based paints to create abstract works of … more

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Video Hatch: “Estrada Art Presents: GladesDays”

Artist Eric Estrada takes us on a tour of the Everglades, featuring its diverse fish and colorful personalities. Via Estrada Art.

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Fly Town Comics

Mixed-media artist Jan Flanigan creates “Fly Town Comics,” a series of unique comic pieces made with original drawings and dead flies. “When you put them in human situations they have real character,” says Flanigan. Read more in the press release … more

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Painters and Paintings

“Even though it may be akin to asking a parent to name his favorite child,” he writes, Doug Olander recently asked 14 marine artists to pick their favorite paintings. The results and reasons are interesting, and are also a beautiful … more

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Costa’s Fish Art

Created from sunglass lenses, Costa’s Fish Art has returned with new sculpture projects. The Bluefin Tuna, Bonefish, and Steelhead sculptures will be utilized in fundraising for conservation. Read more in the press release below.

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