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Thom Glace – Watercolors of Trout

Thom Glace is a painter living in central Pennsylvania. He works in watercolors. Check out Thom’s latest painting, a California Golden Trout. He has a nice series of trout and bass as well as some other fish that may be of interest to fly fishers. Look at the buttons on the left of his home page to access them. He does have a painting of a brown trout with a double humpy fly at the bottom of the “Fish Art III” section.

His art reminds me of early fish illustrations found in biology texts. I think it’s because he uses a lot of browns and there seems to be a type of stippling to his work. I think his warm water fish are especially good. All-in-all I think Thom has some nice work being offered.

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4 comments for “Thom Glace – Watercolors of Trout”

  1. Thanks for the tip. You might want to check out Joe Tomelleri’s renderings of California trout.

    Posted by Kentucky Jim | January 3, 2010, 1:16 am
  2. Thank you for your wonderful review. I have been painting only a few years since I was disabled due to a massive heart attack. I specialize in watercolor studies of dragonflies, freshwater fish of North America, Trout species, Saltwater Game Fish.

    I am in the middle of doing a series of Cutthroat species, including, Colorado River, Yellowstone and Greenback. Next is the Westslope Cutthroat.

    I am also doing a large painting of the Brown Trout & Brook Trout and the Tiger trout- mix of the two.

    I have enjoyed your site and follow it regularly now.

    Posted by Thom Glace | July 2, 2010, 9:11 am

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