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Ivory Billed Woodpeckers ©1990, 48" x 36" oil wash on raw canvas. $2000.00

A painting that was completed soon after graduating from art school. I was still timid with paint and diluted the pigment to be a wash. After reading about the extinction of birds and visiting a back room is at the Field Museum, I was able to inspect drawers and drawers of birds. Ivory Billed Woodpecker is the largest woodpecker (20" in length with a 30" wingspan) and is extinct. Other woodpeckers are in critical situations. At this time I painted many extinct birds as a way to learn to handle paint.

This painting is not stretched and is rolled securely in a sturdy tube. It is very easy to have the canvas stretched on a custom stretcher.







RED TREES
Red Trees circa 1880s
Box of Shrouds
Shroud Remnants

100 TEARS
100 Tears Part 3

INSTALLATION ART
Negative to Positive (brain lightboxes)
Plates
Broken Plates
Brain Photographs
Teacups

BOOKS
Handmade and Printed Books

BOOK PAGES
2004: The Courage of Trees

CARDS
2016: The Demandments Card Set

PAINTING
Early paintings
Painting circa 1990

OIL ON PAPER
2011: The Year The Permafrost Softened

WORKS ON PAPER
2002: Fan Collages
2002: Flowers
2000-2004: Figure Drawing
1988-2004: Charcoal
1997-2005: Collage on paper
2004: Wonderscapes
2000-2004: Project Art
Figure Drawings circa 1500s

MIXED MEDIA
2001: How Things Pile Up




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