Walter Foster has been painting and drawing since he was a young kid growing up in a small town in Vermont, where he explored the small streams around his home, catching wild trout. Foster started his fly fishing career with Orvis in . . .
Florida-native David Danforth began drawing as a child, and he never gave it up. At different points in his life, he has done Computer-aided design (CAD) drafting, airbrushed motorcycles, and created street-art-style murals. About . . .
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Written by: Robert Dance
At 84 years of age, I’m sure I’m the oldest artist to appear on this blog, and I came to fly fishing rather late compared to many others. However, I have been painting since the age of six, after being born in Tokyo, Japan in 1934. Unlike . . .
Artist Galen Mercer lives along the Battenkill in West Arlington, Vermont. Canadian by birth, he’s the grandson of two painters and the son of another, so it’s kind of in his blood. Here are three of his most . . .
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Written and painted by: Bob White
We have featured the gorgeous art of Bob White many times on this blog (see here, here, here, and here, for example), and he was an Orvis News Trout Bum of the Week. He recently posted a wonderful winter scene on Facebook, so I asked if he'd be . . .
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Artist Galen Mercer lives along the Battenkill in West Arlington, Vermont. Canadian by birth, he’s the grandson of two painters and the son of another, so it’s kind of in his blood. Here are five of his . . .
When you hear the term “screen printing,” your mind probably goes right to those cool tee shirts you made in art class back in high school. But in the right hands, serigraphy—as the art . . .
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