A Bad Day

  • By: John Gierach
  • Illustrations by: Bob White
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A Bad Day

These things are relative . . . .

Andrea Larko’s Whimsy

  • By: Bob White
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I LOOK AT A LOT OF ARTWORK. USUALLY I’m trying to learn something from it, the process by which it was produced, or something about the person who created it. Other times I’m simply curious. Very rarely does artwork make me laugh.

an angle on art

  • By: Bob White
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Jeff Kennedy
Skills in many media

An angle on art

  • By: Bob White
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jSCOTT WELLS IS A GYOTAKU printmaker who works in a technique that few of us have seen and even fewer can pronounce. Until I met Wells, I simply referred to his work as “fish printing.”
However, once you understand the art, the name makes a lot of sense. Gyo, in Japanese, means “fish,” and taku means “rubbing.”

Presentation

  • Photography by: Tosh Brown
  • , Zach Matthews
  • , Val Atkinson
  • , Darcy Bacha
  • , Barry Beck
  • and John Sherman
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Dogs are part of the fly-fishing landscape, and whether they are obedient or delinquent, cute and cuddly, or just hellhounds with a mouthful of teeth, they’re entertaining. And, as long as they aren’t swimming through a prime pool, and instead are waiting patiently on the bank with not a nail dipped in the drink, they make a day on the water that much better.