Inspired by a lifetime of angling and countless hours spent fly fishing, fish artist Luke Filmer blends his love of art and angling to create one-of-a-kind fish replica art sculptures in their natural habitat. Luke lives in the small seaside community of Gig Harbor located in Washington State on the Olympic Peninsula.
Luke and his wildlife art have been featured on several television programs in the Pacific Northwest including EVENING MAGAZINE and NORTHWEST BACKROADS on KING5 TV, NORTHWEST OUTDOORS on KCTS9, as well as articles about Luke published in WILDLIFE ART MAGAZINE, TACOMA NEWS TRIBUNE and PENINSULA GATEWAY newspaper.
Watch Luke work in his studio (Launch video presentation)
“There is serenity and peacefulness in what I do. It’s like fly-casting all day on the river and then catching a rising trout! It’s that same feeling when I have finished one of my art pieces.” Luke Filmer, Wildlife Artist