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The Good Omen By Bev Doolittle

By Bev Doolittle

The Good Omen by Bev Doolittle

This is Bev's second print that she released in April of 1980.

The eagle is a source of inspiration for the Indian. They envisioned the golden eagle as a representative of the Great Spirit. Dressed in eagle feathers, they felt themselves to be surrounded by a part of the Great Spirit's power. To view a golden eagle while on a raiding or hunting expedition was considered especially lucky. It was thought to be "A Good Omen."

"Occasionally, while hiking in the desert near my home, I'll be lucky enough to see a golden eagle. The sight of this great bird soaring free in its natural environment is always inspiring to me." ~ Bev Doolittle.

A reflection of a Golden Eagle and the reflections of some Indians on horse back in this great old sold out Bev Doolittle art prints for sale.

The Good Omen by Bev Doolittle is available for sale as a signed and numbered limited edition of only 1,000 paper art prints with a 29 x 18-1/8 vertical image size priced at $___ unframed.

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