Museum prints are limited to editions of 10 pieces for each size. Prints are signed and numbered by David Wiener

From the Chatham Series


Waterwings is a study in the elegance and flow of natural design. The fin of a False Albacore, related to the tuna, is as much a painting as a bird’s wing, yet it lives under the sea, where most people never get to see the beauty and engineering of one of the most powerful and impressive of the fish world. Caught off the coast of Chatham, Massachusetts, along Monomoy island, on a fly imitating a little squid, this “Albie” shared its awesome power and speed and provided the beautiful details I find amazing beyond description. This is one in a series of sports fish and saltwater flyfishing pieces.


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