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Fly Fishin' Artist: Adriano Manocchia

April 23, 2009

-It’s Thursday, and that means another Installment of “Fly Fishin’ Artist!”
This week, Up’North’s featured artist is New York Native Adriano Manocchia. Adriano’s work is interesting to me because it sometimes borders on the line of photo-realism. To me, things like covered bridges and quiet mountain rivers SCREAM classic American Outdoors, and Manocchia captures these settings beautifully in his paintings. This is classic, true to life Fly Fishing captured brilliantly by one of today’s premier Wildlife Artists!

Late In the Angler's Season  ·  Oil on Panel

Late In the Angler's Season · Oil on Panel

Where Wild Trout Hide  ·  Oil on Panel

Where Wild Trout Hide · Oil on Panel

About To Test His Skill  ·  Oil on Panel

About To Test His Skill · Oil on Panel

To check out more of Adriano Manocchia’s work, and to purchase your own, visit his website at Adriano-Art.com

Happy Castings,

-Ben

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  1. April 24, 2009 10:24 am

    The first painting is remarkably close to this covered bridge area that I fish on the Saco River in NH. Check out the pic from where I fish.

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