Spring Forager • Racoon • $100.00


Racoons, with their befitting harlequin black masks, are both mischievous and cunning by nature. They make their dens in hollow trees, rocky ground or ledges and prefer to hunt at night. In daylight they may forage for berries or fruit but also cause severe crop damage with their voracious appetite for corn. Perhaps their worst faults are raiding chicken coops and robbing birds nests.

This particular racoon has wandered to the end of a tree stump and nonchalantly turned around to continue his casual afternoon forage in the still frozen river bed.

300 signed and numbered by the artist,  Print Size 25" x 19"  Image Size 21 1/4" x 16 1/4"

Printed from a Pastel Painting  Published by the Artist

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