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Black and white crappie(s) - 20x16" acrylic
Tags: art, crappie, fish, painting, wildlife
Albums: Mike Handley's Paintings
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Gita, panfish fried up right out of the water is a pure delicacy. Love to!
This is somehow warm and cool simultaneously. I like to think about the water lapping against the side of a boat, and the different world below the surface that you reveal to us here. Better than live, in a way, since we are free to study the details for as long as we like. Thank you for sharing this image.
Harry harry harry -- next spring, when the dogwoods are in bloom, you and me and some minnows and cane poles for sure!! I like to soak crappie in buttermilk before dredging them. Can we call it a date?
Amazing, the millions of differences you see in these two. The one on the right looks like an old lag I knew in the pool halls...
Thanks, y'all. This little canvas is one of my favorites.
I'd like to tie a little poppin bug to the line of a cane pole and drop it just out of frame over the top left corner. Beauty, Mike!
I've caught both versions -- the black and the white -- but my favorite is the golden. That is to say, when they've been battered and fried. Nice work!
This provokes a variety of feelings, including a sort of cool relaxation that is very welcome on a Monday morning. The title highlights the contrast of color and the fact that they're portrayed as overlapping and visually linked. As usual, your work has a great deal of depth that is not apparent on first glance.
This is beautiful, Mike.
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