2019 Offshore Art Gallery

Artists submit their finest for 2019

January 27, 2019

Art has always told a story. Early humans used it to keep historical and evidential records; without visual art, we would have no knowledge of the ancient world. As the written word became the standard for record keeping, art continued to evolve as decoration, but also as a way of telling a visual story. For lovers of all things big-game, no matter what the medium, art continues to evoke our passion for the sea and the sport. Welcome to this year’s gallery.

metal sculpture of a drop-belly sailfish by hanes hoffman

Drop-Belly Sailfish , Hanes Hoffman

Hand-formed flame-painted copper; 38″ x 22″; available
Hanes Hoffman
pen and ink illustration of marlin on coffee-stained paper

First Look , Alex Wexler

Pen and ink on paper stained with coffee; 24″ x 18″; available
Alex Wexler
painting of blue fin tuna ball

Blue Fin Tuna Ball , Jason Mathias

Mixed media; 24″ x 26″; prints available
Jason Mathias
oil painting of a marlin underwater

King of the Gulf Stream , Guy Crittenden

Oil on canvas; 18″ x 24″; sold
Guy Crittenden
stainless steel sculpture of a white marlin

White Marlin , Armando Hevia

Stainless steel; 7′; available
Armando Hevia
acrylic painting of marlin circling a ball of fish

On the Ball , Michael Hoffman

Acrylic; 30″ x 48″; sold
Michael Hoffman
acrylic painting of mahi dolphin

Mahi’s Mayhem , James Miller

Acrylic on canvas; 20″ x 16″; original and giclees available
James Miller

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hand engraved cutout scrimshaw depicting marlin and marine life

Reader’s Choice: Menace Mermaid, Craig Brumfield

Hand-engraved cutout scrimshaw with hand-carved clay base; available Craig Brumfield

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