This is a second version of “Raven’s Touch.” In my dream state, I opened my eyes but could not move. A raven was landing beside my feet while folding his wings. It was hopping along my bed forward, cawing and looking at me side to side, trying to say something. I could not understand, so in frustration raven raised his wings holding his head up and took a deep breath. The feathers on his chest lifted, there I saw a face looking straight at me. I was startled, my body jerked and he disappeared. I got up right away and made an illustration. The next morning I found a dead raven on the road, with its feathers I made a mask now residing at the University Museum in Fairbanks. The apparition was just the beginning of the many raven themes I have been making to date.
Materials: Driftwood, acrylic, India ink and beads.
- Shadow Box 11x14 inches Original painting, 3D mask, beads and feathers: $350.00
- Flat Frame 11x14 inches Printed background with flat mask, beads and feathers: $189.00
- Flat Frame 8.5x11 inches Printed with guinea hen feathers: $45.00