After 4 years of on and off work, the Arctic Grayling is finally finished. This fish is based on an individual sampled during fisheries work from the Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge population, which is a glacial relict from the Wisconsinan Ice Age. This is the last endemic population of adfluvial Arctic grayling in the contiguous United States.
I am very proud of this painting - I had attempted an Arctic Grayling years ago and was never happy with how it came out. Although the wait was several years, it was more than worth it.
Archival prints are printed by Bay Photo in Scotts Valley, California on Entrada Bright Rag fine art paper. Signed.
Standout mounts are printed by Bay Photo in Scotts Valley, California, then packaged by the artist in Miles City, Montana. These prints are mounted on a 3/4" deep black foam-board backing and give the print a clean, contemporary look. Signature is printed to prevent smearing. Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery.