Hunting for food on a winter day, these two Cedar Waxwings, with their resplendent colors, stand out against the snow-covered land surrounding the not yet frozen stream. The brightly colored berries make for easy pickings against the white background while trees are reflected in the waters of the stream.
Cedar Waxwings is Plate I of the Songbirds of Ohio Series II, created exclusively for CET by artist John A. Ruthven, best known for his ability to capture wildlife in its natural habitat and bring it to life on paper. The unframed 14 by 18.5-inch offset lithograph is double signed and numbered and one of only 500 ever created for the Action Auction. The print must be picked up at CET or ThinkTV as shipping is not available.
Donor value is $300.
Donated By Friend of The Station