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I share my life with two rescued crows named Po and Yoco. They were both recused from certain death with badly broken wings and could not survive in the wild.

There are many reasons to honour the crow with my artwork. The crow has been an important symbol over an expanse of time, space and cultures. Yet, only recently has science proclaimed the crow for what it really is... one of the most intelligent animals on our planet. The author Candace Savage refers to crows as ‘the feathered apes’ in her book titled Crows.

Crows have been known to be fun loving, important spiritual messengers, pranksters, a common nuisance, omens of death, omens of luck, a bridge between the here and after... and much more. If you take the time to investigate the important meanings that crows have had through out time and diverse cultures, it is quite apparent that crows have captivated us in many ways.

This Crow series was done in 2011. Materials include composition leaf and oils. Each painting is on a 12" x 12" cradled panel.
 
   
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Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
Last updated December 2014
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