"The high elevations of the southern Appalachians give southerners a wonderful and accessible glimpse into Canada. My wife Cathy and I were hiking around Waterrock Knob on the Blue Ridge Parkway one September when we saw our last black-throated blue warbler of the season."
"One of the high elevation plants we share with northern climes is hobblebush (Viburnum alnifolium). The autumn colors and deep textures of the leaves made a rich setting in which to remember one of our favorite local birds."
John Sill's work has appeared in magazines such as Bird Watcher's Digest, Birder's World, and American Artist Watercolor 94. He has been the illustrator of the Bird Identification Calendar (Massachusetts Audubon Society) each year since its beginning in 1980. Along with his wife Cathryn and brother Ben, he co-authored and illustrated three birding parodies. John has illustrated a number of books, including nine natural history children's books written by his wife. His paintings have been exhibited in Birds In Art at the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum.
A limited edition of 300 prints has been created in a horizontal format. The actual image size is 14" x 10", the matted size is 18" x 14", and the framed sized is approximately 20" x 16". Each print is signed and numbered by the artist. The full-color reproduction is printed on a neutral pH, acid-free paper.
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