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Fish #142 Morocco Dentex Dentex maroccanus ~ Lorne Felgate
Reclaimed wood and found objects from Cleethorpes beach and the Northumberland coastline
Dentex maroccanus spends its time among various types of sea beds but preferring gravel from a depth of 20m to about 500m, its abundance varying with depth according to where it is. it is a carnivorous species, feeding on other fish, crustaceans, and molluscs. The maximum length for this species is approximately 45.5cm.
I'm Lorne, I have a huge hunger for all things creative. I'm a designer by trade which fulfils some of my creative drive but I need more and in a different way to my regular day to day work I do. This is where my art comes in. I get inspiration from the strangest places, for example in might be a piece of wood with an unusual texture, an old spade propped up against a brick wall that inspires me to start a piece. I work with reclaimed wood and found objects. I start with a sketch which forms the basis of the finished artwork. Everything is reclaimed including the custom made frames.
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