AMERICAN ANGLER | MAY/JUNE 2019
Roger Fowler's custom sculptures try to capture a fish's unique light.
NATURAL LIGHT—AND BY EXTENSION, its relationship to color—has long fascinated artists. It was the light of Provence, after all, that brought Van Gogh to Pays d'Arles in 1888. Other painters followed.
For Roger Fowler, it was the light from within that drew his attention—more specifically the light that seems to emanate from trout. A desire to capture that light inspired his first sculpture…
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