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Ghost Of The Grizzly Tree By Bev Doolittle

By Bev Doolittle

Ghost of the Grizzly Tree by Bev Doolittle.

I got the idea on a hike that Jay (Bev's husband) and I took in the High Sierras, a backpack trip. Everything I saw suggested a story. I saw a tree that looked like a bear and I pretended I was an eight year old Indian boy with my first bow and quiver of arrows. Of course, I'd want to shoot everything in sight and with a child's wild imagination I'd see fierce animals everywhere. - Bev Doolittle -1981.

In this great Bev Doolittle vertical art print a young Indian boy is shooting his bow at a tree.

Ghost of the Grizzly Tree by Bev Doolittle is available for sale as a Signed and Numbered Limited Edition of only 1,000 paper art prints with a 28 x 23 Image Size and is for sale for $2,595 unframed. The prints are in mint condition and have never been framed. American Indians and hidden images by Artist Bev Doolittle and art prints on sale framed any way you want or unframed. Order your print today. All prints are professionally boxed and insured and guaranteed to arrive in mint condition. Wildlife Artist Bev Doolittle and hidden images in Art Prints for sale. Camouflage Art and Native American Indians painted in Artwork on sale painted by Bev Doolittle. Bev Doolittle’s phenomenal success is a by-product of her desire to work hard at what she loves to do most – create art with meaning. “My love for nature, as well as man’s relationship with it, is the driving force behind my artwork. Painting is a growth process. By giving each of my pursuits my best efforts, and by learning from my mistakes, doors have opened for me that I could not have anticipated.” For Bev, one of those doors was with The Greenwich Workshop, who produced her first limited edition, Pintos, in 1979. It sold out at the publisher within weeks. “I am not a prolific painter,” Bev said. “My art style prevents that. Reproducing my paintings in print was the perfect answer.” Nearly all of Bev’s prints have been sell-outs. Her books are extremely popular and include The Art of Bev Doolittle, which sold over half-million copies of its hardback edition. Her second book, New Magic, continued the story of her painting career. Next she released three children’s books: The Forest Has Eyes, Reading the Wild and The Earth is My Mother. Her desire to try new mediums as well as her fascination with sculpture, led to her creation of five limited edition porcelain boxes, each featuring one of her most popular paintings. Newer works include four hand-pulled stone lithographs in editions of just 100 each. Bev’s work reflects her love of horses, passion for the natural world and her affinity for the Native American’s spiritual relationship to the land. Bev, Jay and their son Jayson live close to nature in the California high desert.

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Signed And Numbered Limited Edition Paper Print 28 x 23 Image Size 1000 $2,595.00

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