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Original Acrylic

Image size:

12" x 24"

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Giclee Prints

Paper $165.00
Canvas Board  $195.00

Image size:
12" x 24"

Edition Size: 50
5 Artist's Proofs

 

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Fawns develop very slowly within their mothers during the winter months.  When spring vegetation finally arrives the fawns go through a growth spurt and shortly there after are born.  This protects both mother and fawn against starvation when there are late springs.  Fawns are born with no scent.  As they get older this changes and they must be moving from place to place so predators cannot pinpoint their location.  This fawn, reflecting into the backwaters of the Boardman, is of late summer age. He will soon lose his spots and take on the much warmer and thicker gray-brown winter coat. - Kim Diment


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