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Degree of Dawn—Chickadee Original Acrylic Painting by David Wenzel

Degree of Dawn—Chickadee Original Acrylic Painting

by David Wenzel

Item No: A933138037

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Original acrylic painting by David Wenzel of a chickadee sitting on a sprig of tall flowering grasses as the pale misty gray light of dawn creates a tranquil atmosphere in the background. Image size; 16-1/2" x 7".

Orientation:PortraitEdition:Original
Height:16.5"Medium:Acrylic
Width:7"Framing:Unframed
Product Type:Original Acrylic PaintingOrigin:Made in USA
Brand:Wild WingsDisplay Location:Wall Mount
Orientation:PortraitEdition:Original
Height:16.5"Medium:Acrylic
Width:7"Framing:Unframed
Product Type:Original Acrylic PaintingOrigin:Made in USA
Brand:Wild WingsDisplay Location:Wall Mount
David Wenzel

David Wenzel

Artist
David’s interest in and appreciation of nature and wildlife as a youth dictated the direction he would take in his profession. He was given his first set of watercolors in fifth grade by an art teacher who hoped to inspire him, but would not realize the importance of that gesture...

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Original acrylic painting by David Wenzel of a chickadee sitting on a sprig of tall flowering grasses as the pale misty gray light of dawn creates a tranquil atmosphere in the background. Image size; 16-1/2" x 7".

Product Specifications
Orientation:PortraitEdition:Original
Height:16.5"Medium:Acrylic
Width:7"Framing:Unframed
Product Type:Original Acrylic PaintingOrigin:Made in USA
Brand:Wild WingsDisplay Location:Wall Mount
Orientation:PortraitEdition:Original
Height:16.5"Medium:Acrylic
Width:7"Framing:Unframed
Product Type:Original Acrylic PaintingOrigin:Made in USA
Brand:Wild WingsDisplay Location:Wall Mount
About the artist
David Wenzel

David Wenzel

Artist
David’s interest in and appreciation of nature and wildlife as a youth dictated the direction he would take in his profession. He was given his first set of watercolors in fifth grade by an art teacher who hoped to inspire him, but would not realize the importance of that gesture...

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