Becca Schlaff – artist

Below you can read more about Becca, but I wanted to chime in and say you should definitely take the time to gaze at her art. It’s not just beautiful, but if you are a FrankenFly reader, it’s our favorite subject right?!?! I met Becca last year at the fly tying show in Holt, MI. She was very pleasant to talk to and her art in person was even better! Be sure to look at her website to see more of her work. She also does commissions if you want her to paint custom work for you. becca-schlaff.com

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Becca began showing professionally in May 2010 and has gained praise as an emerging artist.  Her style of painting brings the awe of the natural world to fishing enthusiasts and art collectors alike.  Many admirers of her work often remark how it provides both the sense of seeing the fish itself and also the experience of being out on the water.

Becca grew up in Pinckney, MI surrounded by rivers, lakes, and fields…endless playgrounds for her imagination which still hold true today no matter where she is on the map.  She has exhibited in juried art shows across Michigan and Florida, and her work is held in private collections in the United States, Canada, England, and Sweden.  She has been featured in MidCurrent, American Angler, and Fly Rod & Reel magazine.

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  1. we love seeing Becca’s work. Thanks!
    Tight Lines,
    Koz