Snowy Egret- Spring Mating Display
By Evergreen, Colorado Artist Barb Adkins
In the Spring the Snowy Egrets look for their mate by growing elaborate feathers to show off how handsome they are. Their springtime display takes the cake. These birds are so elegant and gorgeous all year long.
They live and wade by the lakes and catch small fish and crabs for their dinner. They then fly to their neighborhood nesting site, called a Rookery to nest and rest for the night.
At the turn of the 19th Century these bird feathers were much coveted by ladies for their hats. At that time they were almost hunted to extinction for the feathers. What a sorry state that would be.
9" x 6.75" x 7/8" The 7/8" edge of this painting is painted as a Gallery Edge. It is painted to match the picture. It may be framed or hung on the wall as is. It may also be framed in a silhouette frame that will show off the Gallery edge painting. I like to paint the edges as part of the picture to give you a choice of how to hang it. When you are coming into a room or down a hall the effect is to give a color visual of something to see that is different or unexpected, rather than the regular edge of wood frame.
Gallery Edge on White Custom Silhouette Frame, Color Coordinated Double Archival Matting $425.00
Snowy Goes A Courtin was accepted into the Center for the Arts Evergreen, Juried, Kaleidoscope show in May.
Giclee on high end Torchon Archival paper or on Canvas. Please call for sizes and pricing.
Media: Acrylic on Pine
Size: Silhouette Framed 13" x 16"
Currently displayed at: Evergreen, Colorado
This piece is available