Prints for sale

Color Giclee prints for conservation

These are archival quality 9″ by 11″ prints of some of my recent work, and a portion of the proceeds from the sale of each one is donated to a conservation effort related to that species. For more details on each print just click on the image.

More prints will be added to this series on a regular basis, so be sure to check in regularly, or watch the Sibley Guides blog or Facebook page for news.

Black-and-white prints from “The Wind Masters”

Osprey and Bald Eagle prints are sold out. This set of prints is taken from artwork originally published in The Wind Masters by Pete Dunne (Houghton Mifflin Co., 1995). The original drawings were done in 1993 and 1994 on scratchboard, a medium in which ink is applied to a board and then partly scraped off. The prints are each 11.5” high by 9.5” wide. They are printed on acid-free paper in a limited edition of one hundred each, individually signed and numbered, and are available for $50 each. Send me an email if you have any questions about these prints.

Long-eared Owl

This painting was done in 2000, in gouache on Bristol Board. Prints are available from the Ned Smith Center for Nature and Art.

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Long-eared Owl print available from the Ned Smith Center for Nature and Art

Pyrrhuloxia

Prints are available from Bird Watchers Digest.

Pyrrhuloxia print available from Bird Watcher's Digest

Pyrrhuloxia print available from Bird Watcher’s Digest

Golden-winged Warbler

Prints are available from Bird Watchers Digest.

Proceeds benefit the National Wildlife Refuge System

Golden-winged Warbler print available from Bird Watcher's Digest

Golden-winged Warbler print available from Bird Watcher’s Digest

Comments

  1. james reveley says

    I bought a copy of the Snowy Owl, and was very pleased with it. I had it matted and framed very simply in black and white, and have placed it under an original
    Joseph Wolfe Print . The two of them look wonderful together, even though the artists are over 150 years apart in history.

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