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Monsterfish:In Search of the Last River Giants-opening-March 26,2015 cont.

I enjoyed meeting Gary Staab at the Monsterfish opening. His four sculptures at the exhibit were amazing.

It was ok to touch and set on this sculpture. 55 more words

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Monsterfish:In Search of the Last River giants-opening-March 26, 2015

I attended the opening of the National Geographic Museum’s Monsterfish Exhibit in Washington D.C.,with my wife and her cousin Janet and her daughter on March 26. 116 more words

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National Geographic Museum - Monster Fish Exhibit - Golden Mahseer

Hey John,

The focus of our next illustration will be the endangered Golden Mahseer, (Tor putitora). The Mahseer is a much sought after sport fish and can reach up to 9.0 ft in length and 119 lbs, though most caught today are far smaller. 123 more words

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National Geographic Museum - Monster Fish exhibit.

This is the second illustration I completed for the National Geographic Museum’s exhibit Monster Fish: In search of the last River Giants,which opens in March of 2014. 35 more words

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Paraiba Illustration for the National Geographic Museum- page 2

This is the top half of the Paraiba Catfish illustration created for the National Geographic Museum,which will be be in the exhibit  “Monster Fish: In Search of the Last River Giants”. 80 more words

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Piraiba illustration for National Geographic Museum

This is the first illustration that I completed for the National Geographic Museum exhibit Monster Fish: In Search of the Last River Giants, which opens on March 26,in Washington D.C. 334 more words

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National Geographic Museum assignment

On January 1 2013 I received the email below from Patrick Truby, an art director at the National Geographic Museum in Washington D.C.

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