Watching the baby eagles grow up behind our house in Homer has been very exciting. They practice flying first by jumping up in the nest and flapping, then flying across their nest for days before trying to leave the nest for flight and/or another branch in their tree. The parents are so confident as the baby learns the tricks of flying and hunting. Erik definitely caught the innocence and fright of the baby in this piece of art.
8 3/16" x 6 3/8"
20.7 X 16.2 cm
All prints below are produced in an off set lithography press using archival quality ink on 10 point or 100 pound cover stock acid free paper.
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