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We have this art show every year in Louisville Kentucky in the fall. There is this lady who takes actual fish and uses clay to make a mold of the fish. Then they paint the mold and they look really nice. Every year we pick a few. They go pretty fast so we got to get to the art show early. My favorite one is the walleye. But we also have a largemouth, crappie, sunfish and a sheephead. Does any body else have any type of fish art pictures that they want to share?

 

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knotaclue, that painting is incredible, almost looks like a photograph.

 

Maybe post a few more of your wifes paintings ??

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That is a beautiful painting! Like Lew said, it almost looks like its a real photograph.

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every time she paints one of a fish for me .she sells it!

here are a couple more. this is what she does for a living,most of the time she paints on slate.

intheforest.jpg

 

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inthecreek.jpg

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Thanks for posting those pictures knotaclue, VERY VERY nice indeed, and your definetely married to an extremely talented lady :thumbsup_anim:

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Excellent artwork knotaclue.

You have a very talented wife.

 

Thanks for sharing.

 

I don't have anything that would remotely resemble the artwork seen here

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