Anglerfish with lure

Tuesday’s New York Times Science section featured some wonderful sea creatures which make their own light–bioluminescence. This caught my attention as I’m always looking for things to paint. My first attempt is this grumpy looking anglerfish with lure. I used a lot of silver and if you look at the original it’s pretty sparkly. You can’t really see it in a photo. That’s why Kerfe and I should have a show one of these days, right, (K)?


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16 responses to “Anglerfish with lure”

  1. Gale Halpern says :

    YES–a show! Please!


  2. davisbrotherlylove says :

    A fish and bird show!

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  3. memadtwo says :

    I saved that fish photo too…your rendering is wonderful! We’ll have a show when we can find a gallery. I’m not having much luck for sure…(K)


  4. Evelyn Flint says :

    It’s just fabulous!


  5. alongtheinterstice says :

    Right.(or as I reflexively say, “Right-o” in some bad impersonation of a old British man who had been a colonel or something in WWII. I don’t know why, maybe too many British comedies on PBS when I was growing up.)

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  6. Jodi says :

    love the drama and color of this fish Nina!


  7. kestrelart says :

    Lovely tones and colours.


  8. Carol A. More says :

    BEAUTIFUL! Love how the black background offsets the gorgeous combination of color. But….this little guy got a hook in its mouth?! OH NO! Too pretty to injure. Maybe….add a bandaid? 😀


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