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
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Spoonbills at Low Tide
Roseate Spoonbills are among my favorite birds
to watch and paint. They are a strange combination of beautiful
colors and unusual looks. They have a face that only a mother could
love, but the rest of their appearance makes up for it. On a recent
trip to Florida, with my friend Kalon Baughan, "spoonies"
as we call them, were on the top of our list of target species to
photograph. In this particular situation we were wading out in the
water at low tide with the spoonbills as they fed around us in the
shallow bay, along with snowy egrets, white ibis, and reddish egrets.
The spoonbills' gregarious nature provided us with many different
group situatiions and behavior to paint from. This painting sums
up one of the rare quiet moments when the birds took a break from
morning feeding to hang out some driftwood.
signed and numbered limited edition prints of 300 ::
pH, acid free
price includes shipping costs within the United States only
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