Call it an “eye” call it a “style” call it whatever, but each artist produces work that is as individual as their own fingerprint. Ed Anderson is one of several local artists inspired by all things Idaho.
Even when applied to the same subject matter (in this case fish) the interpretations created on canvas, paper, board, or acrylic are all unique and relatively priceless.
It’s not hard to see that the places Ed has traveled throughout Idaho have left their mark in his mind. Here, Payette Lake near McCall stretches over paper.
The scale of work is often not recognized in photographs. Currently, Ed’s work is on display at the Linen Building in Boise through 4-19-12. Well worth a stroll.
Sign the guestbook while you are there.
Idaho steelhead are iconic for their record setting journey to our high country interior.