Offshore Art Gallery 2022

A variety of marine art that appeals to the senses

The most beautiful scenes in sport fishing are often fleeting, so we are fortunate to have some of the finest artists in the world to help immortalize those moments in their work. No matter the subject or the medium—acrylic, watercolor, bronze—art continues to evoke our passion for the sport and the sea.

KC Scott, Off the Bank

An acrylic and charcoal painting of a marlin underwater.
KC Scott, Off the Bank, 30″ x 60″, mixed media acrylic and charcoal. Courtesy KC Scott

Bodo Muche, Marlin with Ahi Wave

A bronze sculpture with opal on Walnut depicting a marlin cresting a wave.
Bodo Muche, Marlin with Ahi Wave, 8″ x 22″, bronze with opal on walnut. Courtesy Bodo Muche

Chessy Ricca, 1950s Captain’s Delight

An oil on gesso board painting of a fish dinner.
Chessy Ricca, 1950s Captain’s Delight, 18″ x 24″, oil on gesso board. Courtesy Chessy Ricca

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Geoffrey Smith, Pieces of Eight

A bronze sculpture of a kraken on an ice bucket.
Geoffrey Smith, Pieces of Eight, 13.5″ x 12.5″, bronze ice bucket sculpture. Courtesy Geoffrey Smith

Steve Goione, Turn It Blue

A watercolor painting of marlin and sport-fishing yachts.
Steve Goione, Turn It Blue, 18″ x 24″, watercolor/pen and ink. Courtesy Steve Goione

Jason Mathias, Majesty

A painting of a large sailfish underwater with oils on canvas.
Jason Mathias, Majesty, 24″ x 30″, oil on canvas. Courtesy Jason Mathias

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Brian Kolshak, Atlantic Crossing

A painting of a boat at sea, on rough and choppy waters.
Brian Kolshak, Atlantic Crossing, 18″ x 18″, acrylic on wood. Courtesy Brian Kolshak

David Wirth, Azul

A statue of a blue marlin cast in bronze and finished with patina.
David Wirth, Azul, 14″ x 9″, bronze blue marlin Midnight Blue patina. Courtesy David Wirth

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