“As no man is born an artist, so no man is born an angler.”
South Florida native, Eric Estrada, is a visual artist. His passion for fishing stems from regular childhood trips to The Florida Keys, where he was captivated by the ocean.
While most known for his acrylic work on canvas, by combining his love for art, music and fishing, Eric has also found an outlet in film making. Eric’s artwork has been displayed throughout the Tampa Bay area, Miami and The Florida Keys. His artwork has also been exhibited in Art Basel and the Dante Fascell Gallery in Biscayne National Park.
Through his art, Eric directly supports marine life conservation organizations such as Bonefish and Tarpon Trust, Coastal Conservation Association, the Biscayne National Parks and the Herman Lucerne Memorial Foundation.
Eric’s artwork has been featured on the cover of Grey’s Sporting Journal, and SeaWatch Magazine (A publication by the Coastal Conservation Association). Eric’s Artwork was featured in his Solo Exhibit Titled “FlyMingo” at the Everglades National Park’s Ernest Coe Gallery for the month of July 2015.