This painting was inspired by my many trips to Blackwater Wildlife Refuge on Maryland's Eastern Shore. Here, in the first light of daybreak, mallards feed and preen in the shallow waters of the flooded impoundments. This original oil on board is 24 x 36 and is framed in a traditional gold leaf, finished corner frame. It is available for $4,800 and is hanging at the Crossroads Art Center. Also available in a giclee print on paper or canvas.
This painting is available as a print and other products though Fine Art America.
One of North America's most iconic mountain ranges is the Teton Range in Wyoming. This painting entitled "Light in the Valley" was inspired by a late spring trip to the...
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