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Ryan Keene

Somewhere between the softness of watercolors and the rigidity of line work exists the art of Ryan Keene. Originally a large-scale installation artist, health problems brought Ryan back to paper, paint, and pen. In his work you will find familiar subjects of field and stream, but the mixed media gives…
Moving Pictures

1,000 and Counting

SCOF NO.17, Fall 2015
Bench Press

Backcountry Stroker

Don Gapen made the first Muddler Minnow fly pattern using spun/clipped deer hair for its head. Originally used to imitate a sculpin or a baitfish, spinning deer hair is used for everything from grasshoppers to large saltwater flies. Deer belly hair is one of my favorite fly tying materials—messy and…