Peter R. Gerbert © 2017   This original design has been copyrighted by the artist and the image has been digimarked. Not for copy or web use unless permission is granted by the artist. 

   My goal with this painting was to capture the feeling I get when I’m exploring a river, and I’m always wondering what might be up around the next corner...That behavior usually gets me back to the boat ramp in the dark! This is the Hog Island Tributary, off of the Withlacoochee River: it's not always easy to get to. When the river's up high enough to get my boat down it, the entrances are usually hidden by low lying branches and fallen trees. I suppose that makes it more of an unspoiled and secret place.”    -Peter R. Gerbert

"All These Days Gone By" © Peter R. Gerbert, Florida Wildlife Art

"All These Days Gone By -Ibis on the Hog Island Tributary"    © 2017 Peter R. Gerbert

Original Acrylic Painting on Ampersand Gessobord with Molding-Paste & UVLS Varnish     Image size 18 by 24 inches unframed
Outside framing dimensions approximately 27 by 33 inches, handsome wood-grain Larson-Juhl frame / linen-liner.

Click here to see the painting framed            $6,800          SOLD

 

At work on the original painting-

 

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Featured artist of the Florida Wildlife Federation since 1997; a portion of the proceeds from the sale of this artist's Limited Edition Prints directly benefits conservation efforts in Florida.
Featured artist of Audubon Florida; a portion of the proceeds from the sale of the new canvas print “Just One Moment in Eternity” have benefited the society’s conservation efforts

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