Preserved! update

A triptych roughly 12"x50" executed for the Land Coinservancy of West Michigan's Preserved! program this summer.

A triptych roughly 12″x50″ executed for the Land Conservancy of West Michigan’s Preserved! program this summer.

Three pieces (wood panels) that form a triptych showing in the center a view of the Ox-Bow and old river channel, flanked by a milkweed plant on the left and a red-eyed vireo on the left, which is the bird that seems to be an omnipresent accompaniment in temperate forests.

I used acrylic to establish the ground of the pieces and finished it in oil. The two side pieces are 12”x12” and the center panel is 12”x24”.