Melbourne, Florida (August 30, 2015) – In the digital social media world we live in one often wonders how we ever lived without it. Well the answer to that question requires volumes of research. Every once in a while hidden among the millions of social media posts every day is a nugget that is worth sharing.
If you just happen to be an avid kayak bass angler and follow all the big kayak bass fishing tournaments, then you probably know about the Kayak Bass Fishing Open, Kayak Bass Fishing National Championship and Kayak Bass Fishing Invitational. Last year the Kayak Bass Fishing Open trophy was a South Carolina Santee Cooper Lakes original wall artwork map created by Old Field Studio. See slide show. The studio is located on 10 acres of land near Music City USA surrounded by woods, fields, creeks and lakes.
During an online interview which started by trading emails, Larry replied yesterday from his kayak while fishing a Tennessee lake, he said “Life is Good”. Old Field Studio artist Larry E. Oldfield, loves the outdoors and kayak fishing and that he enjoys enjoyed kayak fishing. He has even kayak fished in Florida at his father-in-law’s place near Lemon Bay, Englewood, FL on the Gulf of Mexico. Larry said that he started the business in 2007 doing wildlife art, later he decided to paint a map of the Duck River, a very special river that he grew up fishing on. He said that folks liked it so much, he started Leo Lakes. Larry has a fishing blog called BaitRageous.com where you can see his fishing cartoons, fishing trips, maps etc… Since Larry is very artistic and creative, he began to paint lakes, rivers and bays in a vintage style to give the maps a treasured look, in order to bring back those golden memories. He calls his waterway artwork LEO Lakes Treasured Maps. Larry says that his LEO Lakes Treasured Maps make a truly unique and special gift for the lake-house owner, lake-lover and fisherman. His treasure map artwork is just amazing and would look great handing from any wall. Larry is also a cartoonist. Click HERE to visit his cartoon webpage.
All maps are sized to fit standard frame sizes. If you want your treasure map framed and ready to hang on the wall, he frames his treasure map in a frame made from high quality hardwood and stained a dark cherry. See slide show. Each canvas map is mounted on 3/16” foam board and place in the frame. A dust cover is applied and a hanger is added. Each framed treasure map does not use glass. Larry applies a polyurethane coating to give the maps an original look and provide UV protection. If you are interested in getting your map framed when ordering contact Larry by calling 615-686-0812 or emailing him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As the holiday shopping season fast approaches or you are looking for that special gift for that special someone, a LEO Lakes Treasured Maps just may be that special gift.
Until next time, be safe in sun and have a great day in the great outdoors.