"Whooo Goes There?"
This is a painting of a Verreaux Eagle Owl that I met in Kenya. When our safari vehicle approached the water pear tree, he didn't look too alarmed to see us as his beautiful pink eyelids were droopy and he showed mild interest at best. I couldn't believe how calm he was! I had such a good time taking pictures of him. It's a rare treat to have a bird subject sit still for so long. His gorgeous feathering and unique eyelids just captivated me.
Verreux Eagle Owl Fast Facts:
- They're one of the largest species of owl in the world
-Their wings alone weigh about 7 pounds
-They are found mainly in Africa
-Their pink eyelids are a distinct feature that no other owl has
-They can consume a small monkey
Available Editions of this Artwork
|Edition Info||Edition Size||Dimensions||Edition Price|
|"Whooo Goes There?" | Giclee (signed/numbered)||45||16.00" H x 24.50" W||$235.00 USD||