You may notice the eye of this hawk is slightly different than most hawks. This hawk had an eye that looked different, but because of its difference, it made it look like that eye contained the whole universe. Because all life is valuable and imperfection is what makes us interesting, I decided to paint it as it was.
If you are interested in giving this handsome hawk a loving home, please contact me. First message received gets dibs!
This is one of 30 paintings I will be painting in February as part of the Thirty in Thirty Challenge. 50% of the sale of each will go to support the wonderful work of the Seward Park Audubon Center in Seattle, WA.
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Quality paper is used for both original and canvas prints as well as quality paper and materials for all printing done by my print partner- Bay Photo Lab. 100% acid free archival cotton papers for true museum quality appearance. Quality acrylic paints are used for all the original artworks.