Algonac

Dairy Queen Vanilla Cone No.2
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This was my first commissioned art of a Dairy Queen Vanilla Cone that I created for one of our neighbors. I actually like this better than the 72" T one I'm still working on. I think it's the wetness of...
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Shakespeare Dopey Vintage Fishing Lure
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Early in July of 2019, Lynn and I drove over to Carmel-by-the-sea and Monterey looking for galleries where my work might do well in. One of the galleries we stopped at hadn't even opened yet, but the work was so...
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Paw Paw Vintage Fishing Lure
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Growing up in Algonac, Michigan, we lived on the St. Clair River with a dock that ran 150 feet out from our front yard. We'd swim in the summer, skate in the winter, and fish every chance we could from...
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Vintage Duck Call
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If you grew up in Algonac, Michigan, then there was probably a 110% chance that you went duck hunting, knew someone who went duck hunting or found a 12 gauge shotgun shell floating in the reeds somewhere.  That's why it...
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Dairy Queen Vanilla Cone No.3
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The Algonac Dairy Queen sat on the edge of main street at the end of the playground of the old Algonac Junior High. In the summer, we'd ride our bikes uptown and grab a 25-cent vanilla cone and then ride...
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Imperial Fishing Knife
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If you were a boy growing up on the St. Clair River in Algonac, Michigan, there was a good chance you got hockey gear for Christmas and fishing stuff for your birthday. My parents gave me this fishing knife when...
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Wilson T2000 Tennis Racquet
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The first varsity letter I won was playing tennis. Well, actually, I was on the tennis team and played enough to be given a letter. My favorite tennis racquet was the Wilson T2000 with oil-filled nylon strings. It was the...
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Mighty Mouse Paddle
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As a kid, growing up on the St. Clair River running through the little town of Algonac, Michigan, we didn't have a lot of games we'd plug in or that ran on batteries. Our games tended to run on our...
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1950’s Johnson Sea-horse 5hp Outboard Engine
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Seeing all the posts of the 4th of July Algonac Pickerel Tournament and the boat parade, made me a little nostalgic and got me going on this drawing. I'm pretty sure, almost every family living on the St. Clair River...
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Epiphone Casino Sunburst Guitar
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This drawing is one of my bigger pieces at 36" x 72". It's of my beautiful, Epiphone Casino Sunburst electric guitar that I bought at Guitar Center up on Sunset Blvd. in Hollywood about a year after Lynn and I...
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