Archival prints and cards of an alert bald eagle pair guarding their domain. I came across this pair while running along the Ottauquechee River in Woodstock, Vermont. Their large bodies stuck out - even from the far distance where I was standing - and seemed to dwarf the immense tree they were perched on. Here is the result of that encounter with these massive raptors.
Choose from 5” x 7” open edition and 8" x 10,” 11" x 14" and 16” x 20” limited edition size prints. Limited edition prints are on bamboo paper and come numbered, titled and signed by artist, either with or without a mat and frame. Open edition prints are not numbered, but are titled and signed by the artist and can also be framed. Unframed 5” x 7,” 8” x 10” and 11” x 14” prints come with an archival backer and ship flat. Unframed 16" x 20" print ships rolled without a backer.
Framed prints are matted with an archival off-white mat and backer, under glass, and live-edge frame is completely ready to hang. Mat and frame adds approximately 8" to each side; For example, an 8" x 10" print framed is approximately 16 x 18." Frame dimensions are approximate due to the variability of widths in the live edge wood; No two frames are alike. Artist-crafted frame is made from rescued slab wood, wood that is normally burned as sugaring wood or bonfires. Frame is finished in three coats of Vermont poly-whey varnish, a USDA certified biobased product. Note: photo of framed print includes a different example print to show the handcrafted frame.
Inside of card is left blank, ready for your personalization. Card measures approximately 5 1/4" x 4" and is printed on white cardstock. A white envelope is included with each card.
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15% of my art sales are donated to wildlife and habitat conservation. See http://www.artistsforconservation.org/Katie-Roberts for specific organizations that I donate to.
Currently, the bald eagle is on Vermont's endangered species list. With 36 active nests in 2020, the eagle population is having a successful year so far and may be removed from the state's endangered list in the near future. However, they would still be protected at the federal level.