Florida painter, Everglades, Marco Island, artist Jo-Ann Sanborn


Two of my grandsons think fishing is the most important thing they do. Their father is a fisherman, and since they were very small he would wake them before dark, give them some breakfast, and by first light every Saturday they would be on the water in a canoe. I'm still not sure how he keeps them still for so long, because on dry land they rarely stop moving. They'll be coming to visit next month and you can bet fishing will be at the very top of the must-do list! This painting, Fishing Hole is a spot off Route 29 where you often see a family by the water with their poles hoping to catch their supper. I just finished it yesterday and will have it with me at the Bonita Springs Art Festival this weekend at the Promenade off Rt. 41 in Bonita. Come and visit if you can!

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