This bald eagle painting features all light-fast pigments I collected by hand in the Ozarks of northwest Arkansas. After grinding the rocks to create a pigment, I process it with a binder to make my handmade watercolors. I only use the pigments I’ve collected myself for my artwork. The colors in this painting are all light-fast. My paints are called “Paleo Paints” because I make them in the nearly the same way they were made when cave men (or women!) were painting on the walls 😀
To View this Bald Eagle Painting in Real Life
I’ll be happy to make an appointment to bring it out anywhere in northwest Arkansas. Just email me at email@example.com. Keep an eye on my Exhibits page to see if it’s on display anywhere close to you.
Unframed: Ships flat. Frame not included. FREE shipping to US addresses. Frame is available with additional shipping – email for an estimate (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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To see the process of creating this bald eagle painting, click here.
Please allow 10 business days for delivery (US addresses).
- Size is 16″ x 20″
- Fabriano hot press watercolor paper, 300#
- includes original palette swatch card
A bald eagle, in Ozark pigments, handmade watercolors by Madison Woods. All colors are derived from hand-foraged and processed Ozark pigments. Reference photographer is Terry Stanfill of Gentry, AR.
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 bald eagle painting is one of possibly two in a series of bald eagles.