Coarse and Saltwater Fish – Ceramic Sculptures
More recently, Neil Dalrymple has been including coarse fish amongst his ceramic sculptures. He has become increasingly fascinated by their various colours and the habitats in which they live.
As well as his more usual larger sculptures of fish, Neil has recently been producing a wide range of smaller coarse fish (10cms – 20cms) such as Tench, Carp, Roach, Rudd, Perch, Barbel, Chubb, Bream and Pike.
A Pike lurking by weeds and a sunken fencepost
40cmL x 40cmH
The pike is a top level predator of freshwater fish. Neil catches and returns them whilst salmon fishing in the River Dee.
Bonefish … a saltwater tropical predator fish
51cmL x 20cmH
A private commission for a customer who caught, photographed and returned it during a fishing trip in the Caribbean.
Life under Water Lillies
35cmL x 25cmH Stoneware ceramic sculpture
Tench, Rudd, Roach, Common Carp, Crucian Carp and Sticklebacks
Izaak Walton (1593 1683)
BOOK. The compleat Angler (1653)
Ceramic Stoneware Sculpture 64cm H
Private commission for the Izaak Walton Cottage Charity, for permanent display at the Izaak Walton Cottage Museum, Shallowford near Stafford, Staffordshire, UK
Izaak Walton Ceramic Stoneware Sculpture
Oak display cabinet made by Andrew Lloyd
Displayed in the Izaak Walton Cottage Museum, Shallowford, nr Stafford, Staffordshire.
Ceramic Stoneware Sculpture – 28cmL
Ballan Wrasse is a British Sea Fish which feeds close to the base of inshore rocks, weed covered reefs, and harbour walls.