The Ancient Art of Recording Your Catch

Humble Abode ® —  September 26, 2010 — Leave a comment

After an easy day of rock fishing off the northern California coast, one crew member decides to record his catch the old way. Ink print on canvas. Here is the first attempt. Lots of lessons learned in the first take, like don’t forget to iron canvas first. After getting the feet wet on this new discovery of an old art, it’s a craft worth exploring. Maybe a mahi mahi in color one day. The art is not a fit for some people and places. Far less raw than taxidermy but still very real. This tasteful art and trophy can be a win – win compromise. Blue Ridge or Rocky cabin. A trip to Alaska, boy scout outing, camping trip, vacation to Mexico, or the local waters of any lodge or coastal theme. It has potential for great personal art because it has an authentic story documenting your catch. The art may uncork the memories of the water that day and the flavors of fresh fish tacos that night. A sons first fish or a grandfathers last. It’s archiving an experience in art form.

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