Posted on March 04 2011
As Vaughn Cochran describes his own painting, it’s a different kind of pop-art — Andy Warhol colored with influences of Millard Wells. Mike Connor profiles the artist, musician and fly fishing retailer after a bonefishing trip to Bimini.
“He married a girl from Key West, settling there in 1972. It was the ideal place to hone his talents and careers in art, music and eventually fly-fishing. ‘Key West was the wild, wild west in the Seventies,’ says Vaughn. ‘It was pretty much deserted then—eighty percent of Duval Street was shuttered and in general decay.'” On FlyRodReel.com.