Derek DeYoung’s Canvasfish.com bills itself as “art for the avid angler.” His artwork is stylized using a bold palette with much of the work being close-ups of fish. I didn’t notice any people or landscapes in his work, just fish. He has originals, prints, decals, notecards, etc. for sale. The originals are pricey (as one would expect), but his giclee prints are quite reasonable.
Bob White’s Whitefish Studio offer’s Bob’s original artwork. John Gierach’s Fly Rod and Reel columns were illustrated with Bob’s paintings. He uses a more traditional palette and I believe all of his pieces include people except his landscape series. His “Fish Prints” feature several species and all of them depict a person holding a fish out of the water except for his two “Three Wise Men” series. Besides angling art, he also offers other sporting works. [His site can be a bit difficult to navigate to find all of the angling art, but the link I give probably provides the best option, but be sure to browse the other areas as well.]
Matt Zudweg’s Carvedfish.com offers hand painted signs, including a nice selection of angling signs. The signs are created in such a way that gives them a vintage look. He also offers some actual carved signs with fish on them. The fish are painted by Derek DeYoung.
Kelly Dangerfield has about ten paintings of fish. They are all headshots. It looks as if most of the originals are sold, but prints are available from Imagekind.
Fran Friesen has some angling art displayed at FlyBC.ca Gallery. She has some nice mixed media pieces and an interesting set of flies painted on small river stones. I can’t seem to find any information on how to contact her for purchasing. [The FlyBC.ca site has some additional artists you may be interest in.]