Barbara Fallenbaum's Painting of a Roseate Spoonbill in brackish water. Water is reflecting the trees, bushes and the Spoonbill.
They forage in the shallows of fresh, brackish, and marine waters. They were once hunted for their beautiful plumes, fortunately that is now illegal. I saw this one morning in the Weedon Island Preserve, I was watching it run its bill from side to side in the water when all the sudden it picked its head up and stretched showing off all its glory. What a beautiful site!
using archival pigment inks that produces a rich and realist print that will last indefinitely. Gallery wrapped canvas, ready to hang, no frame required.
The logo watermark that you may see on your screen will not be on the print you receive.
Choose the size that suites your space, they are stretched and ready to hang.
©2017-2020 by Barbara Fallenbaum. All artwork contained on this website may not be used, in any way, without the express, written consent of Barbara Fallenbaum. Thank you for supporting the arts and for respecting intellectual property law.