Peter R. Gerbert © 2018   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. 

     “As a Snowy Egret dances across the reflection of a sunset...
This work became an attempt to capture the feeling of being surrounded by the sometimes gentle, but always prevailing, forces of nature.
As darkness reaches out with its arms around you, and you feel the ripples of the lake rolling underneath the boat, the air turning cool, it all becomes a reminder of how fragile our existence truly is. A simple thread in the incalculable vastness of nature. How dependent upon the natural earth, we truly are...
To capture the experience and pictures I needed for this design; I ended up going back up a very long and narrow tributary in full dark, in my boat, with only a small floodlight…
” -Peter R. Gerbert

   "Skating on the Edge of a Cloud" © Peter R. Gerbert

"Skating on the Edge of a Cloud" © Peter R. Gerbert  © 2019 Peter R. Gerbert

Acrylics on Gessobord with Texture & UVLS Varnish       Original Painting 15 by 19 inches unframed, outside framing dimensions 24 by 28 inches.         $6,800         Original Painting SOLD       Open this link to see the framed Original Painting

"Skating on the Edge of a Cloud" © 2019 Peter R. Gerbert     All Rights Reserved      

The Work in Progress...

The Work in Progress...


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Featured artist of the Florida Wildlife Federation since 1997; a portion of the proceeds from the sale of some 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 canvas print “Just One Moment in Eternity” have benefited the society’s conservation efforts.

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