Every fall all members of the deer family go through the metamorphosis of shedding the soft nourishing velvet that covered the growing antlers. For the barren ground caribou this occurs just as the tundra foliage turns to it's spectacular colors in late August and early September. As soon as this bull finishes shedding his velvet he will continue to spar with brush and other bulls, strengthening his neck and body and preparing for the battles the coming breeding season will bring.
The painting is a 22" x 30" original oil on linen panel. The framed dimensions are approximately 31" x 39". Price: $4,500.00
Available Through Turnagain Gallery
Located at Mile Marker 100 of the Seward Highway in Bird Creek, AK. About 1 mile past the Essential Gas Station when going South. Going North on the Seward Highway they are 10 miles past Girdwood. Summer hours are 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.
29859 Seward Highway, Bird Creek, Alaska 99540, United States