Colors of the Sea Original

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Colors of the Sea
Oil and Acrylic on Canvas, 48" x 24"
Original $5,000
Canvas reproductions are available - inquire via contact form 
Original Available

Colors of the Sea is one of those paintings I had been thinking about for a few years and every once in a while I would pass through it while looking for something else in my files. I had just finished the Graffiti Train Car Series and the opportunity jumped in my face.  What this is all about is the color of the containers, I tried not to get too busy with the details and just concentrate on the shapes and what colors went with what. I like the idea that the first thing you notice about this painting is not necessarily the ship but the colors. The shapes of the background and the houses are very abstract and the sky is as loosely painted as I could make them and still be representational. The direction here is almost like one of the Bright Series paintings and seems to loosely follow that direction.


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Vaughn Cochran

Regarded as one of the best and more innovative artists in the world of
fishing art, Vaughn’s current groups of pencil drawings, watercolors, mixed
media, acrylic and oil paintings would be classified as contemporary sporting
art and represents the last 20 years of his work. He was trained as a fine
artist, taught at a university and his portfolio now spans over 40 years.

A multifaceted artist, he is skilled in many mediums including painting in
oil and watercolor, ceramic sculpture, art pottery, printmaking, intaglio,
silkscreen, woodcarving, batik and metal working and casting.

His contemporary sporting art reflects the world of professional fishing
where Vaughn was a fly-fishing guide for many years. “In my travels, I always
had my camera and sketch book”, says Vaughn “I’ve filled several journals with
ideas and notes for paintings and sculptures that revolve around fish and life
on the water.”

Please inquire about an original painting or fine art print via our contact form. – or better
yet, see Vaughn’s artwork at the following locations: Blackfly the
, 108 Anastasia Blvd, St. Augustine FL and Blackfly Lodge
in Schooner Bay, Abaco, Bahamas.