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    This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 01 January, 2013.

    caribou under moon
    [acrylic on h]


    V 21 x h 20 cm This is a powerful black and red outline portrait of a caribou -- that totemic herd animal of the Barrens of northern Canada (and some pockets of Woodland Caribou farther south). Ron has the heavily antlered male in a "high alert" position watched over by the moon. A dramatic portrayal that will can be enhanced by appropriate, understated framing.

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