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  Sea Art in Charm City 




"It's slick," says Kisha Duff, describing the Bouillabass Fish, which rested outside the Hollywood Diner at East Saratoga Street. Duff is a waitress at the diner. "It's creative with the grapes, the wine, the coloring," she says admiringly.  

Barbara Cox, the fish's creator, says her sister's bouillabaisse served as part of her inspiration. "My fish is something that would make you hungry or thirsty," she says. 

She adds it was challenging "creating something you had to envision in two dimensions. Then you had to paint something on [the fiberglass] that was three dimensional.

"It was a labor of love."


 

Photos and text by Kim Harris


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