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Orange Spot Filefish

Oxymonacanthus longirostris

I love the little neon or “bio-luminescent” colors of these little guys! They are also masters of camouflage when they feel threatened.

*New fish art every Monday


Blue Green Fish in Another World

12″ width, 48″ height, 3″ depth.  Acrylic and resin on wood.  For more information contact the artist at singerspace@yahoo.com

Maria Kramer Art Gallery


Centropomus undecimalis – Common Snook

This post is related to the previous post, and completes a set.


The Silver King

I don’t use graphite for my marine wildlife illustrations, but I recently created a set for a commission and so I made the exception. I also have a tendency to create a poem when I create a new collection in my art work, I’m not sure why. 14 more words



Atlantic Tarpon – Megalops atlanticus


The Yellow Tang

Zebrasoma flavescens

Hello. I’m a marine wildlife illustrator and welcome to my new blog here on WordPress. I create my illustrations with colored pencils, and I will be posting a new fish every Monday.


Salmon project for Friends of Northwest Hatcheries

Looking for a unique stop (or tour) during your travels this year? Consider visiting a fish hatchery. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has established a National Fish Hatchery System to support the conservation of native fish species, and with locations throughout the U.S., chances are there is a hatchery near you! 228 more words

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