Original watercolor 14x24" professionally matted and framed with archival materials and non-glare UV protective glass. 18x28" total size with frame.
Please Note, shipping after July 4th:
This piece is being shown at the Mutualism exhibit at the Biscayne Bay National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center from April 13rd to July 4th. It will ship the week of July 4th.
This piece is being shown at the Mutualism exhibit at the Biscayne Bay National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center from April 13rd to June 4th. It will be delivered the week of June 13.
About the painting:
Made in 2021, this is the first in a series of three illustrations. They were made for an upcoming video called "Dreaming of the Everglades" by the South Florida Natural Resources Center at Everglades National Park, being produced by Into Nature Films. They show the ideal past (I used the 1500's for this), the current everglades with it's many canals built by the US Army Corps in the 1900's, and a hope for the future that more water will move into the everglades again with the construction of the EAA reservoirs and canal changes. More water would mean less salt water intrusion in the aquifer and more birds.
Historical Map, framed original watercolor
Height: 18" Width: 28" Depth: .5"