Striped Marlin Tail
One night in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, Craig and I were enjoying walking around the marina area. We noticed a boat had just come in with several striped marlins aboard. We went to the commercial fish cleaning station and waited until they were finished. Craig asked if we could have the tail and head which were destined for the garbage. It turned out he was not the only one waiting for this treasure. Just in the nick of time, he rescued it from a pelican’s beak.
THIS ORIGINAL was printed on paper Nancy hand-dyed. The floater frame was built and painted by Coastal Impressions Studio.
Art size is 24" x 26"
OD of frame: 26.5" x 39"