Original watercolor professionally matted and framed with archival materials and non-glare UV protective glass. 26 x 33" 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 2017, this painting was inspired by my curiosity about the native mega flora around me. This series explored the many multi-faceted relationships between these plants and the fauna around them.
Mangroves play vital roles for animals and people around the world. Here in Florida they stabilize the coastlines and provide a nursery to juvenile fish. most of the game and commercial fishing industry species rely on mangroves for either feeding or reproduction.Pictured here is the great blue heron, representative of some of the birds that utilize mangrove habitat as nesting or feeding ground. The endangered Barbados yellow warbler. Juvenile fish, snails and the endangered smalltooth sawfish also appear.
Florida Mangrove Relationships, framed original watercolor
Height: 33" Width: 26" Depth: .5"