Dale Evers "The Art of Fly Fishing"
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Prince Nymph Chandelier
Steel, Copper and Hand-Blown Glass.
Original
42"x48"x48"
Fly Fishing Art
Prince Nymph Chandelier home
The Catch
Steel, Stainless Steel, Copper & Hand-Blown Glass
Original
32"x16"x96"
Fly Fishing Art
Prince Nymph II
Steel Copper & Hand-Blown Glass
Original
32"x10"x26"
Fly Fishing Art
Prince Nymph
Steel, Copper & Hand-Blown Glass
Original
28"x10"x24"
Fly Fishing Art
Red Emerger
Steel, Bronze & iridized Glass
Original
27"x27"x14"
Fly Fishing Art
Black Wing Bead Head
Steel, Stainless Steel, Bronze & Iridized Glass
Original
31"x11"x32"
Fly Fishing Art
The Cast
Steel, Bronze & Copper
Fly Fishing Art
Confetti Wing Cadis
Stainless Steel, Steel, Bronze and Iridized Glass
Fly Fishing Art
Wasp
Steel, Copper and Iridized Glass
Fly Fishing Art
Green Drake
Steel, Copper & Iridized Glass
Original
53"x24"x86"
Fly Fishing Art
Dragon Fly
Stainless Steel, Steel, Copper and Iridized Glass
Fly Fishing Art
Red Headed Roster Nymph
Original
Bronze, Stainless Steel, Steel and Iridized Glass.
38"x40"
Fly Fishing Art
Stainless Bead Headed Nymph
Original
Bronze, Stainless Steel, Steel and Iridized Glass.
24"x29"
Fly Fishing Art
Kelp Tail Nymph
Original
Steel, Stainless Steel and Iridized Glass
24"x29"
Fly Fishing Art
Nymphorias Minimus
Original
Bronze, Stainless Steel, Steel and Iridized Glass.
32"x38"
Fly Fishing Art
King Fisher
Steel, Bronze, Copper and Iridized Glass
Fly Fishing Art
Bead Head Bomber
Stainless Steel and Steel
Fly Fishing Art
Emerger
Stainless Steel, Steel and Iridized Glass
Fly Fishing Art
The Cast 
Steel, Bronze & Copper
Original
36"x12"x31"
Fly Fishing Art
Inspiration is the mother of creativity. My passion for fly fishing spilled over into my sculpture when I realized the potential for creating whimsical wonders out of bronze, glass and steel.

 It was tying flies on steroids. I have been a fly fishing junkie my entire adult life. Wading into a remote river with my fly rod in hand is pure nirvana.

The trickiest part of fly fishing is selecting the right fly for the right situation. The same is true with sculpting a mixed media fly sculpture. Exotic hand-made glass combined with bronze, steel and enriched blacksmithing techniques produced amazing patterns of my imagination.

For a moment, while working on “Fly Sculptures”, I became an abstract artist. The flies became, well, kind of crazy, out of control and wild in their composition.

The fly fishing body of work represented a burst of creativity. I went berserk for about three months in 2009. I ended up with about a dozen piec
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