Some might call us here at SCOF patrons of the arts. Some might call us weird old dudes who stalk young artists online (six one way, half a dozen the other, I suppose). I first saw Ryan Sharpe’s drawings a year or so ago and was pretty impressed. Then I saw his metal sculptures and was truly blown away. Taking scrap from his job sites, Ryan reassembles, welds and brings forth fish that are truly greater than the sum of their parts. By combining various materials, shapes and textures, Ryan is creating visually challenging representative fish sculpture by a natural intuition rarely seen in sporting art. Check him out at deadweightfly.com.
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