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
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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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
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View - Snowy Owl
Every year, a few snowy owls winter in the
Skagit Flats area near my home in Washington. Last winter, snowy
owls were abundant because of low lemming populations farther north.
Many of the owls frequented the Skagit Flats, but several chose
Whidbey Island as their hunting grounds. I took advantage of this
opportunity by spending countless hours watching and photographing
the owls, which frequented the driftwood-covered shoreline of Whidbey
Island depicted in my painting. Immature birds, such as the one
shown here, are most likely to stray farthest south in winter.
signed and numbered limited edition prints of 300 ::
pH, acid free
price includes shipping costs within the United States only
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