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Eagle Spirit in the Night Sky

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The appearance of the spirit of an eagle in the night sky is a folk lore legend of the north American Indians. Highly revered as a symbol of strength , courage and wisdom. The legend surrounding this apparition in the sky has been passed down from generation to generation. I have painted the eagle in iridescent paint to emphasize the spiritual effect as it changes in different lights. the foreground of snow covered trees and the range of mountains bring it vividly to life. The canvas is hexagonal in shape with a wire on the back for ease of hanging with a snug fit to the wall. The painting continues down the sides of the canvas so framing is not necessary.
W 15.50" x H 13.50"
W 39.37 cm x H 34.29 cm
stretched canvas
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About the Artist

My love affair with art began many years ago when I was on top of Table Mountain, South Africa. I was so completely over-awed by the magnificent view of Cape Town and Lion Mountain that I started to sketch on a scrap of paper and never looked back. I spent three years working and studying with...

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