This picture of a caribou eating was completed in 2006 and illustrates his early abstract work. When Erik lived in South Naknek as a child, the caribou roamed so close that his mother had to honk the horn to avoid hitting them when driving slowly across the tundra and sea-ice to go shopping in Naknek. The caribou were scratching the snow to get to the tundra to eat.
Limited Edition, 50 total.
Size: 12 1/4" X 7 1/2"
THESE PRINTS ARE INDIVIDUALLY PRINTED IN SMALL QUANTITIES USING ARCHIVAL INKS GOOD FOR UP TO 200 YEARS AND HIGH QUALITY ACID FREE WATERCOLOR PAPER FROM JAPAN. Each includes a certificate of authenticity signed by both Erik and Linda (mom and legal guardian).