Tis the season to find that perfect gift! Nothing feels quite as good as giving, especially when you’re able to check someone off your list with the confidence that they are going to cherish what you give them.
To that end, I’ve made it easy and cut prices on framed art cards and posters through Monday. Ready to hang, a variety of images insures you’re likely to find something for everyone on your list. Look no further for a thoughtful holiday gift – or simply a way to say thank-you to whomever is hosting your holiday events!
Click the link below to browse the varieties available and ready to ship. Please note there are limited quantities available – order now before your favorite images are gone! Here’s wishing everyone a joyous and peaceful holiday season!
For all the convenience online shopping and warehouse stores might offer these days in terms of your holiday shopping, it has a huge down side – a lock of uniqueness. Avoid the same big-box items and front-page flash sale gifts that might SEEM like a great idea, but end up getting limited use before they are stowed away and forgotten!
I have a limited number of Chromira prints available encompassing four iconic images from my Open Print Collection, signed and ready to be sent to you for the holidays! Save 30% through Monday, November 26th.
Purchase or not, I wish each and every one of you Happy Holidays!
Northern Saw-whet Owl (Aegolius acadicus)
Washington, United States
A tiny saw-whet owl uses blending camouflage to hide among a profusion of muted pussy-willow blossoms. Weighing only 75 to 110 grams (2.6 to 3.9 ounces), or about as much as a robin, the saw-whet owl is one of the smallest owl species in North America. Few people ever see these diminutive raptors because they are primarily nocturnal. During the day, they roost in foliage close to the ground hidden by their cryptic plumage, a mottled brown with white streaks and spots. To enhance the effect, saw-whet owls also use procryptic posturing for concealment: they elongate their bodies to mimic inanimate tree branches, bringing one wing around in front of their bodies to conceal their heavily feathered legs and feet. Northern saw-whet owls inhabit both coniferous and deciduous forests, wherever woodpeckers create cavities for their potential nest sites. At night, the owls silently watch and wait, using their exceptional vision and hearing to swoop down on unsuspecting prey.
Canon EOS-1N, Canon EF 80–200 mm lens with Canon Extender EF 1.4, f/11 at 1/60 second, Fujichrome Velvia 100 film
Save 20% on any Saw-whet in Pussy Willows print purchased this month. These Open Edition prints are printed on EPSON Premium Photo Luster paper using archival EPSON Ultrachrome inks. Art signs the print with a silver acid-free pen. Get more information about our Fine Art prints here.