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Thunder Valley—Who Cooks for You?—Barred Owl Original Oil Painting by Michael Sieve

Thunder Valley—Who Cooks for You?—Barred Owl Original Oil Painting

by Michael Sieve

Item No: 133567

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This painting depicts an owl surveying the woodland terrain at night. It is the first image in the "Thunder Valley" series that takes us on a turkey hunting adventure.

Original oil painting. Image size;24" x 18".
Orientation:PortraitEdition:Original
Height:24"Medium:Oil
Width:18"Framing:Unframed
Product Type:Original Oil PaintingOrigin:Made in USA
Brand:Wild WingsDisplay Location:Wall Mount
Orientation:PortraitEdition:Original
Height:24"Medium:Oil
Width:18"Framing:Unframed
Product Type:Original Oil PaintingOrigin:Made in USA
Brand:Wild WingsDisplay Location:Wall Mount
Michael Sieve

Michael Sieve

Artist

To capture the adventure and excitement of the hunt is to know the sportsman. To join forces in preserving and protecting habitat is to understand the conservationist. To identify the songs of the wind and relish callused hands is to appreciate the farmer. To see this combination in a painting...

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This painting depicts an owl surveying the woodland terrain at night. It is the first image in the "Thunder Valley" series that takes us on a turkey hunting adventure.

Original oil painting. Image size;24" x 18".
Product Specifications
Orientation:PortraitEdition:Original
Height:24"Medium:Oil
Width:18"Framing:Unframed
Product Type:Original Oil PaintingOrigin:Made in USA
Brand:Wild WingsDisplay Location:Wall Mount
Orientation:PortraitEdition:Original
Height:24"Medium:Oil
Width:18"Framing:Unframed
Product Type:Original Oil PaintingOrigin:Made in USA
Brand:Wild WingsDisplay Location:Wall Mount
About the artist
Michael Sieve

Michael Sieve

Artist

To capture the adventure and excitement of the hunt is to know the sportsman. To join forces in preserving and protecting habitat is to understand the conservationist. To identify the songs of the wind and relish callused hands is to appreciate the farmer. To see this combination in a painting...

Read More

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