Monday, 13 February 2012

#160 In the field: Sedona birds and wildlife con't . . .

The Sedona area is magic.  The elevation changes from high desert at 3000 feet to cool pine at 8000 feet.  The wildlife-rich riparian zones of Oak Creek offer a diverse paradise for wildlife, birds and wildlife artists.  

Like most places, the presence of nocturnal creatures such as the raccoon is part of the life it nourishes.

The etching below was created in the late 70's and was wildly popular.  I was pleasantly surprised that the edition of 100 sold out quickly.  A few of the artist's proofs are still available.

Original etching by Sandy Scott
11 3/4 x 7 3/4 

Note: The etching link from is being redesigned and is temporarily offline

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