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FISH DESIGN
by Garry Blew
North American Champion

2911 W. Olson Road
Deer Park, WA 99006
(509) 276-1794
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Awards Received by Garry Blew

Over the years, Garry has won numerous competitive awards for his outstanding Fish Art.  Although Garry is extremely humble about his artistic skills and ability to create Art Gallery quality work that speaks for itself, he continues to utilize his God given abilities to create trophy mounts and memories for years to come.

Garry’s Competition Awards Include:
• Two (2) Best of Shows with Fish.
• Best of Category Nine (9) Times
Seven (7) for Fish and Two (2) for Game Heads
• Twenty-two (22) First Place Ribbons

Specific Award Highlights Include:

1990  Best of Category Fish, Idaho show

1991  Best of Category Fish, Idaho and Oregon shows

1992  Best of Category Fish, Washington and Montana shows
Best of Show Washington
First Place Fish, National Taxidermist Association
   Convention in Green Bay, Wisconsin

1992  Best of Category Game Heads, Washington show

1993  Best of Category Fish, Washington show
  Best of Game Heads, Washington show
Best of Show Fish, Washington show

1993  Western Regional Taxidermy Championships, Three (3)
First Place Fish, One First Place Game Head
Best in West Fish

1995  National Taxidermy Association Convention in Spokane,
Washington, First Place and Best Fish in the Division of Excellence


Garry has also been involved in judging at several competitions including, Montana in 1994, North Dakota in 1995, and Texas in 1996.

Website with Information About Garry Blew

Gallery of Artistic Taxidermy
http://www.taxidermy.net/art/blew1.html

WASCO Wildlife Artist Supply Company Polytranspar Advertisement
http://www.taxidermy.net/wasco/archives/ads/96_05_08_BT44.html

White’s Outdoor in Spokane, Washington Features Many Diorama Displays throughout the Store
http://www.whitesboots.com/index.php

Academy of Realistic Taxidermy
http://www.taxidermyart.net/instructors/index.html

Taxidermy.net
http://www.taxidermy.net/learn/workshops1.html

http://www.taxidermyart.net/ARThandbook2005.pdf