This was a commissioned oil painting of a lion fish requested by Ginger and Robert Morgret. Lionfish are now a great threat to the reefs of South Florida and were introduced to as an exotic creature for tropical fish tanks. The creatures do not have a natural enemy. Like jellyfish, their sting can be very painful and their victims often need a hospital visit to treat their venom. Lionfish are said to be a tasty dish but one that is difficult to prepare. They are invasive to it is encouraged that they be hunted and killed. The original painting has been sold. Prints are available in various sizes or as a limited edition embellished giclee in custom sizes.
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