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"Pine Nut" - Gray Squirrel, Limited Edition

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“Pine Nut” – Gray Squirrel, Limited Edition 50, Giclée Print, 15"x12",  Hahnemuehle Fine Art Pearl Paper

The original of this work was created in ink on Scratchboard.

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The Inspiration behind this Piece:

I grew up in the land of Gray Squirrels and little Red Squirrels.  (The big sandy-colored Fox Squirrels came into the region during my high school years.)  As frustrating as squirrels can sometimes be, one has to admire them for their amazing aerial acrobatics and gymnastic abilities as the fling themselves from branch to branch, tiny twig to tiny twig, using their bushy tails to counter balance and steer, often just leaping into space and free-falling with the certain belief that whatever twig they grab on the way down is going to hold their weight!  There is a certain sense of mischievousness that always seems to accompany their fun-loving but industrious natures!

Clipper of tender tree shoots and buds, and a continuous dedicated raider of bird feeders, late summer brings on the gathering of acorns, as well as the harvest from seed-laden pine cones.  The addition of pine nuts to the squirrel diet is a welcomed food source, as the rush is on to lay in winter food supplies.  “Pine Nut” seemed such an appropriate name for this Gray Squirrel scratchboard piece.

"Pine Nut" - Gray Squirrel

The original of this work was created in ink on scratchboard.

see full description & specifications

The Inspiration behind this Piece:

I grew up in the land of Gray Squirrels and little Red Squirrels.  (The big sandy-colored Fox Squirrels came into the region during my high school years.)  As frustrating as squirrels can sometimes be, one has to admire them for their amazing aerial acrobatics and gymnastic abilities as the fling themselves from branch to branch, tiny twig to tiny twig, using their bushy tails to counter balance and steer, often just leaping into space and free-falling with the certain belief that whatever twig they grab on the way down is going to hold their weight!  There is a certain sense of mischievousness that always seems to accompany their fun-loving but industrious natures!

Clipper of tender tree shoots and buds, and a continuous dedicated raider of bird feeders, late summer brings on the gathering of acorns, as well as the harvest from seed-laden pine cones.  The addition of pine nuts to the squirrel diet is a welcomed food source, as the rush is on to lay in winter food supplies.  “Pine Nut” seemed such an appropriate name for this Gray Squirrel scratchboard piece.

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GREETING CARD FALL GIVEAWAY CONTEST ANNOUNCEMENT!

ANNOUNCING THE WINNER OF THE 2020 GREETING CARD FALL GIVEAWAY CONTEST!!


A VERY HEARTY CONGRATULATIONS GOES OUT TO C. PRATT of FORT DAVIS, TEXAS, WITH HER MYSTERY-PARTS PHOTO CLUES ANSWER OF DESERT BIGHORN SHEEP!
(See more photos below!)

3 Desert Bighorn Rams clashing

(And here are a few more photos to help those of you who participated in the contest visualize where all the parts go!)

Young female Bighorn Sheep ewe

2 Desert Bighorn rams tusseling

Desert Bighorn Sheep ram from the rear to note width of horns.

Desert Bighorn ewe.

Bighorn Sheep rams posturing.

Desert Bighorn ewe leaping fence.

Desert Bighorn ram meaning business!

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Thanks again to all of you who participated in the contest!!

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Be the first to correctly guess the species/subspecies from these mystery-parts daily photos postings, and win a pack of three wildlife photography greeting cards (blank inside), a $12 value, from Eva Stanley’s Drawn To Nature Studio!

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Contest ends at 12am, Sunday, October 25th, 2020.  Winner will be announced Monday, October 26th!

 

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