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Together

If you are a lover of Fox art or Crow art, this is the perfect piece for you, this painting of a Fox and Crow together is bright and colorful with a Folklore feel, ideal for the Animal lover in your life as a gift or to purchase as a special treat to yourself, this wildlife art would display very nice in an entry way, Stair landing or guest bedroom.


Both the fox and the crow have a reputation for being tricksters. It would seem reasonable for the two to pair up and cause all kinds of mayhem.
I have always been fascinated with spirit animals. Every animal has specific traits and instincts to ensure their survival and adaptability. If you picture a ball in a groove, in nature there is often little room for animals to change. We as humans; however, have a lot of room for growth; our world is ever changing and moving and sometimes it can be difficult to keep up.
I find looking to animal spirits helpful because I can relate to the characteristics of each animal and really focus my energy on what changes I am looking to make in my life.

The Crow totem and the fox totem together, side by side is a powerful combination of intelligence, flexibility, adaptation and transformation. With the fox's ability to evade tricky situations and get out of tight spots and the crow's higher perspective and fearless nature; the combination of their energy can help you gain the courage and perspective you need to move past obstacles and challenges in your path.
 

Originals require hanging hardware.

 

Size

16 x 20 inches (approx. 41 x 51 cm)

Fox and Crow Painting - Original Painting

C$349.00Price
  • Originals are bubble wrapped and sealed in a snug box for safe shipping, I have taken every precaution to ensure your package arrives undamaged.

     

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  • This is a one of a kind acrylic painting by Danny, on stretched canvas, over a pine frame, with a gloss finish.