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Here’s a recent photo from the family farm in Dickson, TN … Fall is here
Just returned from my Montana trip! The Park was beautiful as usual and the fishing a bit tough but got a ton of Cutthroat shots for new paintings. Matt got the one below with the bright cutt marks. I’ll keep you posted as they wrap!
Cool-Eyed Luke made an appearance in the latest issue of American Angler.
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On the banks of the Harpeth River at the elegant and scenic Harpeth Westover Farm in Franklin, TN
The evening begins with cocktails at 5:00 pm and ends when the band stops playing . . .
My 15 new pieces are here! You will find them in the Originals section under “My Art”
Rise Series #9 by AD Maddox
She's a Ducati riding, Wyoming roaming, fly fishing girl born in Tennessee... and she's the world's most well-known and respected Fly Fishing Artist. A.D. has been featured in many issues of Gray's Sporting Journal, American Angler, Big Sky Journal, The Contemporary Sportsman, Wild on the Fly and has done work for major outdoor companies such as Patagonia and many other online publications. In the words of Fly Fishing Central's Paul Schmur, "Take a very creative lady, some oil on canvas, and a high speed Ducati and what do you get? You get AD Maddox, and a very colorful and innovative form of art."
Fly fishing art enthusiasts world-wide have more than likely seen or own her work in their home. A.D.'s original fly fishing art is available now online. Originals, prints, paper and canvas giclées are all available through her new online store. A.D.'s mixed-medium art captures the life and color of fly fishing in a way that grabs the attention of any passer-by, whether they are a fly fisher or not. Why is this? A.D., an avid fly fisher herself says, "I love to build something that moves me. I'm challenged by the simplicity of one subject as my main focus and trout is my most recent passion. During my hours fishing, time disappears. I am experiencing a bit of heaven. I love living those moments and want to put them in my art. I feel I was put here to fish and paint."
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