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Three for a Fish Dinner



"Three for a Fish Dinner", 6 x 6 inches, oil on panel

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Another painting from my Adirondack series.  These men knew what they wanted for their Saturday night dinner and were ready to do what it took.  Of course with the small outboard motor, whey would have to hang in their spot for a while.

  We were having our family reunion...not that we are a brawling bunch of folk, but we did make our share of noise.  Our younger members sure must have agitated any fishlife with jumping cannonball and somewhat professional dives into the lake every other minute or so.  Maybe we motivated the fish to their end of the lake.

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  1. Brande,
    I just wanted to say I've been watching you paint over the summer, your daily paintings have greatly improved.
    It shows the most in the colors and composition that this painting shows.
    Good Job.."Three For Fish Dinner"
    Which proves that old saying is true- Practice makes perfect.

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