A successful photo journalist, Adriano Monocchia turned his attention to painting full time in 1984.
Since 1903, Steuben Glass has been made by hand at their Corning, New York factory. Here's you chance to invest in some heirloom quality fly fish themed glass.
This desktop sculpture captures bright memories of rushing mountain streams and the thrill of landing “the big one.”
Leaping to catch a golden Royal Coachman fly, the trout's skin glistens with water drops, represented by bubbles of trapped air—a signature Steuben glass making technique. $4,100
Copper-wheel engraved on three sides, Houston's minutely detailed design celebrates these warm-water gamefish, lured by a "Gotcha" fly in their shallow habitat.
Numbered, limited edition of 25. $19,500
From the design archives of Steuben’s late legendary designer James Houston comes this moving tribute to the “lord of fishes, the mighty salmon.
Numbered, limited edition of 50. $16,000
Steuben’s rendition of this prized game fish is formed to suggest a trophy catch mounted on a plaque.
Numbered, limited edition of 50. $16,000
For it's 80th season, R.L. Winston has created a new BIIx 9' 5wt. series with a Prosek print on the rod. They also come with a signed Prosek rainbow trout print. With each purchase Winston will donate $360 to the conservation project of the buyers choice or one designated by Winston and World Trout. Last, and certainly not least, the rods retail for $1800. If you're just a mortal like us, read on. If not, and you're in the market to make a meaningful difference, send an email here and learn more.
A former pharmaceutical salesman, Tom Dean now carves beautiful fish from exotic hardwoods. LINK
....... and the other half to fine art. LINK
Five years ago Shawn Davis began a quest to begin making artistic salmon flies using only the finest materials available to both flytiers and jewelers. LINK
This new poster series is being offered by Scott and Nix, who also sell numerous other fish and bird related art and publications.
Using original art loaned from the Schwiebert estate, each of the 12 × 18 inch posters features 30 illustrations of natural mayflies in perfect pose, just as Schwiebert illustrated them. From tiny Blue Winged-Olive “Psuedos” to massive Yellow Drakes and Coffin Flies, here are all the mayfly species that are important to anglers across the continent.
We went back to our favorite arts and and crafts online marketplace for another search for fly fishing and here's what we found.
Unleash your inner Rambo with this genuine river rock fly fish themed choker from Stepping Stones.
Red Coachman is one of 46 in a series of traditional lino fly prints from Reddog Roads Gallery LINK
Medium Control's Fly T urges you to unplug, cast, relax and take in the simplicity. LINK
As a new dad take it from me, this is as close as you're going to get to fly fishing for a while. LINK
Of course you could opt for the fly fishing frog burp cloth. LINK
With the love of his fine art, Marin has another weakness . . . flyfishing. LINK
In the spirit of the masters, Michael Knepp captures the beauty and heritage of the sport.
Denver based artist Dan Lopez explores the, "quiet nostalgia of fly fishing." LINK
Michael Simon's work has graced the pages of many national fly fishing magazines and he has also been commissioned to create limited edition posters, murals and lithographs for Trout Unlimited, The Federation of Flyfishers and the American Museum of Fly Fishing.
Etsy is an online marketplace and community that allows people to sell their artwork and other handmade items.
A search for fly fishing turns up some nice work in a wide variety of mediums. Highlighted below is just a fraction of what is available and snippets from the sellers' item descriptions.
So, I’m listening to Ben Trout playing electric mandolin on Mando
Bizzarro from Trout–Metal Grass, and furiously cutting pieces of Kokomo
Blue/Purple/Amber Patterned Iridescent glass for my rendition of a
Rainbow Trout. LINK
Specializing in wildlife and sporting bronzes.
Jones is also the artist behind the the bronze at the Bozeman Airport. LINK
I stopped in to visit our friends at The Bozeman Angler today and walked out with a Derek DeYoung print called Abstract Brown Bugger. The Bennett homestead does not have room for another fish print but this one is #1 of 500 so I couldn't resist.
We'll be fishing the Big Stone tomorrow.
Bustin a Brookie is just one of a series of four limited edition prints by western wildlife artist Tim Joyner.
In this latest update to his website, Peter Corbin shares his creative inspiration in a slide show of his work. LINK
Update: With repaired link!
You may have seen Derek DeYoung featured recently in some high profile fly fish pubs. We'll add our name to his list of fans, please take a moment and browse his galleries LINK
The acrylic and watercolor paintings of Troels Kirk have a Scandinavian flavor and reflect his passion for fly fishing.
"Young grasshopper - chew ham and cheeze slowly and much love come soon to Annelid".