Seasons of a Cypress: MARCH eastern screech owl print

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Seasons of a Cypress: MARCH eastern screech owl print

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1 of 3 in the SPRING Collection from Seasons of a Cypress: a year of biodiversity inspired by a southern swamp

  • 9 x 9 digital print on 11 x 11 100 lb. textured paper
  • unframed
  • earth color sources: poke salad leaves, red ochre, bitterweed petals, white throated day flower petals & burned meadow grass
  • The original earth color illustration has been scanned and printed to permanently capture the fresh colors of berries, flower petals and leaves pushed into the paper.
  • They are stand alone designs or can be arranged as one large cypress tree.
  • The images are in seasonal collections, each month featuring a bird/plant/insect relationship.

EASTERN SCREECH OWL

Zen master. Swamp Samurai. Great Blue Heron’s form is flawless in the cold water. Invisible in feathery moss. Elegantly armed with a sharp spear poised and ready. Pure patience, he stalks by standing still. His meditation is a fierce and focused attention, waiting for the slightest movement in the mud. A salamander...or perhaps a crawfish.  The noonday sun stirs up a surprise. BULLSEYE! That long neck, lightning fast, hurls its weapon with perfect precision to pierce a rare winter treat. Leopard Frog never knew what happened. The hitter and the hit are no longer two opposing objects, but are one reality. Great Blue Heron bows gently and folds back into form.

 

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