Tucked away in downtown Boise is an unassuming corridor where a rotation of work from the greatest fishing artist in the country hangs. It’s called the Fulton Street Showroom and folks who stroll down this hall have a chance to enjoy “Trout Art” at it’s absolute finest.
Ed Anderson, a prominent Boise artist himself curates this revolving collection. His bold, gestural work has found it’s way onto the covers of Gray’s Sporting Journal several times. But this is a space he’s created for the work of others in the close knit community of fly fishing artists.
I stopped in to see the current lineup of work, which will be on display through June. Here are a few of the pieces you can see next time you’re in Boise. The collection on extended display as part of a season opening show called The Art of Fishing.