Four new prints to benefit conservation

Limited edition prints are now available of the four paintings shown below. These gouache paintings were completed between 2011 and 2014, and a portion of the proceeds from their sale will be donated to benefit efforts to preserve and manage bird habitat.

Be sure to check out the other conservation prints available here.

Male and female Tree Swallow
Male and female Tree Swallow
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Great Horned Owl
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Male Eastern Bluebird
Male Eastern Bluebird
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Male Blackburnian Warbler, now available as a limited edition 9 x 11 print
Male Blackburnian Warbler, now available as a limited edition 9 x 11 print
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Price: $45

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These 9 X 11″ limited edition giclee prints are made with archival ink and paper. Each edition is limited to 300 prints (with one Artist’s proof). Each print is signed and numbered, and comes with a certificate of authenticity.

Payment is through PayPal. If you are not already a PayPal member you can still pay with a credit card through the PayPal portal, which is easy and secure.

The shipping fee is $7 per shipment (not per print, higher outside the US); shipping is free on orders of three or more prints. Sales tax will be added for shipments to Massachusetts addresses.

Shipping is via USPS Priority Mail; please allow 7-10 days for packaging and shipping (contact me if you need faster delivery).


Other Prints for Sale

Gray Hawk from “The Wind Masters”

Snowy Owl portrait
Snowy Owl

Northern Saw-whet Owl portrait
Northern Saw-whet Owl

Avocets and Semipalmated Sandpiper
Avocets and Semipalmated Sandpiper

1 thought on “Four new prints to benefit conservation”

  1. Beautiful renderings, as always. The Sibley Guide to Birds is recommended for use by students in my Field Ecology course and has proven exceptional in our field work. Thank you for all the wonderful energy you give to benefit the incredible natural world in which we live.

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