Venue: Woods Hole Historical Museum (579 Woods Hole Road, next to Library)
Tickets: $25 for members, $35 for non-members
James Prosek, internationally acclaimed author, artist, and fisherman will speak at the Woods Hole Historical Museum on Saturday, July 26 at 5 PM. Immediately after his illustrated talk, there will be gourmet snacks as part of this fund-raiser for the Museum. Tickets for the evening event are $25 for members, $35 for non-members are available from the Museum by stopping by or calling 508-548-7270.
In the meantime, his life-size paintings of Ocean Fish are exhibited in the Museum gallery at 579 Woods Hole Road where admission is free.
Up until this series of ocean fish, James Prosek had been known for his paintings of trout. He has published several books of his watercolors of trout, as well as writings of his travels in search of native trout. More recently he has written a book about eels and narrated a PBS Nature documentary about their world-wide habits. And most recently of all, he has produced his paintings of ocean fish in all their beautiful color, fresh from the sea.