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Old 01-26-2008, 07:12 AM   #31
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You can't go wrong doing business with Luis at Friendswood Frame and Gallery. Not only does he have the most sought after saltwater prints, but he has a real talent for selecting the right frames and mattes to compliment the print.
He also had a better price on the two pictures in question here, and they were framed. His selection's at the boat show are always some of the best for sure.
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Old 01-26-2008, 10:16 AM   #32
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Hey you are right about his framing talents, but did he show you his fishing photos on his i-pod at the boat show - he catches and releases trout in the 30" range. Good at a lot of things I guess!
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Old 01-26-2008, 01:11 PM   #33
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We were at his shop last night talking art and fishing. We collect the TPWD saltwater stamp prints and he always does an outstanding job on the framing. He was just leaving when we got there, but he stopped, took off his coat, and spent the next 30 minutes helping us select the right mattes and frames for each print. It's seldom that you find personal service like that these days. Just a word of warning though: be careful when you go in there because it's easy to walk out with a lot more than you'd planned on buying.
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Old 01-27-2008, 05:05 PM   #34
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I got a picture of "Estes Flats" by John Dearman...says 242/600

It's not listed on any of the posted web sites for his prints...how would ya find out what it's worth?.......oh..and no way am i sellin this
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Old 01-27-2008, 06:29 PM   #35
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Cool thread. I have a few stamp prints in my office and one of them is a Dearman. Don't think they are worth anything, as I see them pretty often.
1990 TPWD Saltwater stamp and print 1527/2100
I have a 1987 and 1988 stamp prints with the same series number.
Any idea?
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Old 01-27-2008, 06:34 PM   #36
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I got a picture of "Estes Flats" by John Dearman...says 242/600

It's not listed on any of the posted web sites for his prints...how would ya find out what it's worth?.......oh..and no way am i sellin this

Thats a new one for me Birdnester. Havent seen it before . Nice.

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Cool print birdnester.

See, Dave, I knew you were not the only one that fished in those white shorts!
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Question? Do you guys that buy Dearmans work, buy the Original Art, Giclee prints, or Limited Edition Prints? I've been looking at his stuff for a while now and want to get several of them.
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I got a picture of "Estes Flats" by John Dearman...says 242/600

It's not listed on any of the posted web sites for his prints...how would ya find out what it's worth?.......oh..and no way am i sellin this

Thats a new one for me Birdnester. Havent seen it before . Nice.

Dave
I've never seen it either and can't find it on the i-net. Guess I'll call Luis tomorrow! I like it though, and fishnlab, Dave usually fishes in pink shorts unless he's fishing with Angel, then he(Angel) get's to wear em.
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