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Old 10-19-2010, 04:19 PM
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Looks blurry but????? I tried... you could look here.
http://eev3.liu.edu/ee0406/bl/blindex/board-1.jpg
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Old 10-19-2010, 05:06 PM
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Interesting and very nice, Bruce.

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thanks Bill check out my site?
small gouaches and oils some real big... thanks alot
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Old 10-19-2010, 10:01 PM
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Bruce I pulled up your site. You are one fine artist. I think there are similarities between your style and Bill's. Basically, the work of both of you looks like art. I think too many artists try to make their work look like a photograph.
Bruce, I especially like your fields [37] series. You and Bill are both, in my opinion, extraordinarily fine artists.

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Old 10-22-2010, 10:32 PM
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Bruce I pulled up your site. You are one fine artist. I think there are similarities between your style and Bill's. Basically, the work of both of you looks like art. I think too many artists try to make their work look like a photograph.
Bruce, I especially like your fields [37] series. You and Bill are both, in my opinion, extraordinarily fine artists.

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thanks man - nice to hear.... I'll dig up my Bass paintins for you, sort of funny
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bad photo, but an interesting depiction of a striper.

no idea how this is made or what media it's called
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bad photo, but an interesting depiction of a striper.
no idea how this is made or what media it's called
Print... use the actual fish inked up.japeness technique..
. the red thing on the lower left is a copy of the stamp thing that chinese collectors would use to say they own it... gave value.

then/later artists began to do it too.

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interesting in that they used different colors (not sure that shows up in the photo)
for the gill and for some hues along the back
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The process is called Gyotaku. It's a 19th. century Japanese art wherby they make an ink impression on rice paper using various inks. It's a facinating process and a fellow in Massachusetts has developed the artform with great sucess. Below is one of his Striper prints.

Check out his Web Site at : http://www.fishedimpressions.com/

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that's it, Bill, thanks!

saw it at the Country Fest at Batsto State Park last weekend.

Little out of my price range but was nice to look at. Of course he had other fish prints, but the striper was the one that caught my eye
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Bass pics just added to my site for your viewing pleasure.... No fish for me this morning. But the wind kicked up, current kicked up ,so maybe later????
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For the most amazing wildlife chainsaw ART that you have ever seen, sawed out of logs, with nothing but a chain saw, GOOGLE in:
randall d boni wildlife artist and scroll down until you come to Wooden Art By Randall D. Boni (rn't they Masterpieces, for some unbelievable pictures.

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Last Sunday was the 213th. birthday of the USS Constitution's commissioning. I painted this picture in commeration of that event - the oldest commissioned warship in the world.

This depicts the Constitution evading the British Squadron of Sandy Hook, NJ as she headed north to raid the enemy supply ships. She is using her longboats to deploy her anchors to kedge herself out of range of the British. It took two days, but she evaded them and, two weeks later she defeated the British Frigate "Java" off the Maine Coast

This is a 16x20 Acrylic, Pen & Ink on stretched canvas. I apologize for the clarity of the picture. I think I need a new color cartridge in my printer.

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Here's today's rendering of the US Frigate Constitution as she was rigged for the War of 1812. This is a 16X20' Acrylic, Pen & Ink on stretched canvas. These old ships are a lot of fun to paint.

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