A photo by W. Curth in John Gooders' "The Great Book of Birds," The Dial Press, NY, 1975, provided the model for the long-eared owl. The twin-flower branches were copied from a taxonomy book of woody plants from E. Oregon, lost since lost to me. The background sprang from my imagination.

I painted this for my mother 34 years ago
HEADLIGHTS
Acrylics
16 x 20 x 1 inches
1978