This grumpy little screech owl (red morph) is one of three owlets that fledged the nest several years ago. I was lucky to get photos of them before they flew off to start their independent lives in other holes of other old trees out here at Wild Ozark.
You can see the progression of my painting of this owl at my main website, and read more about the colors I’m using. It is part of my larger series of Ozark Birds of Prey.
All of my prints are processed in house with a professional giclée art printer using archival inks. The paper is archival watercolor paper for high quality prints. This one is available as an 8 x 10″ print. The original is 9 x 12″.
Notecards are available and are blank inside, and printed on the same quality paper as my prints. They are packaged in a clear bag with an envelope and the insert that tells the story of how I began my watercolor journey with Ozark pigments. All of my artwork is available as notecards. If there’s a painting that doesn’t have one listed under it, just email me.
This artwork is not yet available as an NFT.
All of my paintings begin with foraging for rocks, bones, clay, or other pigment sources. If you’d like to read a little more about my life of foraging for rocks, read this post: She Delivers in Spades. Follow the blog if you’d like to get the latest posts in your email inbox. And sign up for my newsletter if you’d like to enter the monthly drawing for a free 5 x 7″ print, hear about whatever I’ve been up to, and plan to see exhibits and shows.
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