Un-cut prints of my bald eagle painting titled “Don’t Mess With Me”. Bald eagles migrate into the Ozarks during winter, providing easy sighting opportunities for nature-lovers here. Features Ozark pigments, handmade watercolors.
To see the process of creating the painting, click here.
Please allow 10 business days for delivery (US addresses).
- You’ll have to flatten and cut these yourself
- archival paper
- shipped in a tube
A mature bald eagle defending her space, in Ozark pigments, handmade watercolors by Madison Woods. All colors in the original are derived from hand-foraged and processed Ozark pigments. Prints are duplicated to precision so that the colors you see are indeed the colors of the Ozarks.
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 print is one of possibly two in an ongoing series of eagles.