Mother and young Grizzly Bears - Giclee on Canvas
Winters come early in Grizzly country. This mother and young bear take a moment to scan the valley for prey as they forage for food before a long hibernation. Grizzly Bear populations have been stable over the last 20 to 30 years in Alaska and the Northern Territories, but numbers in the lower 48 states have dwindled to less than 2,000 individuals, mainly in Montana, Idaho and Wyoming. Guy was commissioned by the National Rifle Association to paint this scene. The NRA produced 5,000 prints for fund raising activities. But Guy retained the rights to produce Giclees on Canvas, and they are available here. The editions are limited to 200 canvases. Each canvas is personally signed and numbered, and comes with a certificate of authenticity.
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