Afternoon Fish

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There is nothing like a peaceful day fly fishing on the river. Fall leaves on the ground, the smell of fresh air, the shadows of a nearby tree and the sound of the river passing by. Transparent watercolor and graphite pencil create this serene piece.

10" x 14" , 100 lb weight, 100% Cotton Arches Archival Paper comes rolled in a tube and ready for you to frame.

"As an artist, I see the eyes, broad colors, the impression of life and its surroundings. A memory, a recollection of an encounter, not too much detail, just enough to suggest what I thought I saw, just enough to let you, the viewer, fill in the details from your own memories. The Montana landscape is constantly changing—the light fleeting and the weather unpredictable, the awe inspiring lasts only moments—capturing that special moment challenges the artist in me.”


In 2013, Paul was recognized by the Hockaday Museum of Art in Kalispell, MT as their “ Montana Emerging Artist of the Year”.  In 2014 he won the “Creative Catalyst” award at “Watermedia 2014”, the Montana Watercolor Society’s yearly National Exhibition.  In 2015 he was awarded Artist-in-Residence for the Upper Missouri Breaks Bureau of Land Management (BLM) National Monument. In 2016 one of his thirty watercolors from his Upper Missouri Breaks Artist-in-Residence was picked to represent the National BLM Conservation Lands Program on their poster.  In 2017 Paul became a Signature Member of the Montana Watercolor Society.