The Sentinel, 15 ft tall, saplings & paint, 2012 at Gilsland Farm, Maine. Donna Dodson and Andy Moerlein!
Hammered copper Raven Gargoyle sculpture by Wayne Chabre, University of Oregon, Sciences Complex, Eugene, Oregon (1987).
Shadow from Garden (c. 1925) Frank Y. Sato. Paper negative/bromide print.
Raven Urns from Restoration Hardware, 1930’s Edwardian style. Oh, yeah.
Yellow-Billed Chough, Crow. Conrad Gesner, woodcut (1560). “Historiae Animalium” (the first modern zoological work describing known animals, and the first bibliography of natural history writings).
The Raven, sculpture at a Santa Cruz Mountain home.
The Fox, the Crow, and the Mistletoe. Ryan Fowler, Native Vermont Studio.
The Raptor, 1990’s and The Raptor, 1980’s. Leonard Baskin
On Baskin: “His blacks deeper than velvet, his whites - more gleaming than sunlight.” ~Jose YglesiasBaskin’s birds are on display until September 30, 2011 at the R. Michelson Galleries in Northampton, MA: Leonard Baskin Raptors. Lecture: September 9, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
Icarus by Leonard Baskin, 1967. Woodcut, Smithsonian Collection.
Sculpture at The Poe House, Philadelphia.
The Raven, by Edgar Allen Poe.