A red-tailed hawk print of my original painting titled Destination Unknown. This hawk is taking off for parts unknown, in Ozark pigments, handmade watercolors by Madison Woods. All colors in the original are derived from hand-foraged and processed Ozark pigments.
To see the process of creating this red-tailed hawk painting, click here.
Please allow 5 business days for delivery (US addresses).
- Open edition, signed
- Mounted on a wooden panel with white sides
- Weather and UV resistant
- Ready to hang
- Can be framed for a more elegant wall decor
- All materials acid free and archival
- Include signed certificate of authenticity
Shipping and Framing
Traditional prints ship flat. Mounted prints are boxed. FREE shipping to US addresses. Frame not included, and not required for mounted prints though for a more elegant decorating solution, they can be framed without glazing.
For international shipping, please email me at the above address for an invoice with estimated shipping. Buyer is responsible for tariff, duty, import taxes. Seller not responsible for delays in customs.
Out of stock? No worries!
Prints are created as ordered if I’m out of stock, so even if the stock level says ‘0’, please go ahead with your order. All prints made in house with archival pigment on archival fine art paper. No outsourcing! Optimal quality guaranteed. Mounted prints are varnished & have UV protection.
Collectible Earthy Paintings
My watercolor works always feature handmade watercolors. By using only my Wild Ozark Paleo Paints, my palette is limited to the colors of nature. My paintings will always be earthy and natural. No matter what the subject or style, you will instantly recognize it as my work.
This painting is part of the Birds of Prey project. You can see the other raptor paintings that I’ve done so far by visiting the page for the project:
Although I’m focused specifically on painting the raptors that visit, live in, or travel through the Ozarks, most of these species are familiar sights throughout North America.
This red-tailed hawk painting is one of possibly two or three in a series of red-tails.