Friday, April 5, 2013

Morning Drift, oil on linen panel, 9"x12"

This painting was a fun experiment in textures and brushstrokes. The morning light on the Pintail is the real subject. I have witnessed scenes like this many times, scenes that most people, including waterfowl hunters rarely get to witness. A lone duck calmly drifting on the calm morning waters of a early spring marsh, with sounds of other ducks and birds, including turkeys, off in the distance. It is an incredibly peaceful feeling. I had to get up very early and sit completely still in camouflage in order to witness this. You can experience this feeling and see this beauty on your wall everyday-without the camouflage.

Morning Drift
oil on linen panel, 9"x12"
$1,000, framed. Contact Jason at to inquire.
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