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Most of the prints on this page were done in conjunction with Birdwatchers Digest covers, with exception to the Egret print, which was done for the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. Click on the thumbnail image, or the print title to view a larger version of the image and more details about the print.

All prints are signed and numbered by the artist. Please allow 1-3 weeks for delivery (extra time needed if adding a remarque).


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Purchases are directed through the PayPal financial services. PayPal is a well-known online payment service that became popular via the ebay auction site.

The price of the prints include the cost of shipping.


:: remarques ::

Remarques are available for all of the prints. Some are color and some are black and white. A few of them are done directly on the print paper while others are done on separate paper. Details are provided on each individual print and remarque page.

    
   
 
 Blue and Gold - Bald Eagles item# PR0007 
 


:: description ::

Eight years ago I witnessed a scene similar to this one during a two-month field trip to Alaska with friends.  Bald eagles were lined up all along the edge of the Chilkat River, feeding on salmon.  This was one of the most memorable scenes we witnessed in Alaska, and I knew it would become a painting someday.

 
 


:: signed and numbered limited edition prints of 300 ::

size paper price
10" X 14" neutral pH, acid free $56.75 *
 
 


* price includes shipping costs within the United States only
* please allow 1-3 weeks for delivery (please allow extra time if adding a remarque)


 
  :: add a remarque ::

The remarques for this print are done in pencil directly on the paper for $40. Contact Bart directly for more information.

 

 

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