Night Owl: Saw whet Owl in Birch Branch
The Saw-whet Owl is one of the most common owls in northern forests but rarely seen because it is mostly nocturnal. Males make a rhythmic sound for long stretches of time similar to a whetstone sharpening a saw, and this is how it got its name. This piece features a colored pencil drawing of the owl and branch on cream paper. Nature prints of a variety of leaves from the Yellow Birch tree were printed and painted in autumn colors, adding a golden touch.
Reproduction available in 11x14"