We’re soon off for a field trip to Sitka, Alaska for field research, but I wanted to post one last painting before we left. It’s one of those I delight in painting – a little corner of nature involving the reflective quality of water in motion.
The motivation for this painting came at a trail head in Olympic National Park when Nancy spied a sign telling of an American Dipper research project going on there, and that we were to watch out for dippers with leg bands – and armed with which color banding, if it’s on the left or right foot (THEIR left and right, not OURS – it said that), we were to call someone and tell when what we saw. Have you EVER tried to watch a dipper. They sit still for about a microsecond, bouncing up and down, and never very close to you. So I did a dipper painting without a leg band!
This ORIGINAL painting is varnished acrylic on linen canvas, 11″ x 14″ and $145 unframed.
The color’s a bit off, but this shows the custom frame with a linen liner that would make it a total of $170 and shipping adds just a bit more depending on your zone or if you take the frame. This is the original painting, NOT a print.
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