Shades of Grey
The distinct facial disks of the Great Grey Owl, known as “ruffs,” enhance the raptor’s greatest hunting asset ― its hearing. While they do hunt during the day, low-light and night is when the owls are most active. From a perch at the edge of a meadow in a grove of aspen trees, this Great Grey patiently awaits the arrival of its next meal.Below him, a pack of grey wolves make their up a riverbed beneath the Grand Teton’s Mount Moran. Named for the great American landscape artist Thomas Moran, the flathead sandstone mountain completes the trilogy of “greys” in this Rod Frederick painting.
“Shades of Grey” is a classic presentation of Rod Frederick’s sense of design, where nothing comes in “standard” ― from dimension, color scheme to subject. Bold in color and deep in concept, this Fine Art Edition Canvas is perfect for that unique vertical space craving a special work of art.