My Husband David has a fish, in a bath-tub, in the yard. We inherited Larry (the fish) from the person who lived here before us. I say it’s David’s fish because I didn’t think it would live very long in that dirty old bath-tub full of murky, muddy water. David on the other hand thought it needed company and bought another one and named it Norma.
“Larry and Norma #1” oil on canvas 46x46cm’s $500
These fish are tough! I thought fish needed special care. The right temperature water, clean water, special food and so on. Apparently not! Larry and Norma have thrived despite sub standard conditions. We have had them for over two years.
“Larry and Norma #2” oil on canvas 30x25cm’s $300
Well, not exactly. Norma had an unfortunate encounter with the cat next door, who flipped her out of the water. It’s very sad and needless to say David was very upset.
“Larry and Norma #3” oil on canvas 25x30cm’s $300
There is however an upside to this story. Larry and Norma had babies before the incident with the cat. So there are now six baby fish. Three bright coloured white and gold ones and three black ones.
“Larry and Norma #4” oil on canvas 30x25cm’s $300
So my (David’s) fish story continues. I’d like to give the black fish a try (painting them that is). I’ll keep you posted.
“Larry and Norma #5” oil on canvas 25x30cm’s $300
Paintings come framed in dark stained timber.