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"As an artist and a parrot owner, I just had to paint Carolina parakeets. When I learned that there were recorded sightings of flocks here in Lancaster County before 1850, my fascination increased. My cousin, who recently passed away well into her 90s, was an active member of the Manheim Historical Society. She recalled hearing stories as a child about "when the parrots came." My mission here was to give this beautiful extinct bird life again as a painting. I wish that I could do more."
Stephen Leed is a self-taught artist, working in oils, from Lititz, Pennsylvania. He has twice won the Pennsylvania Game Commision's Working Together for Wildlife Fine Art Competition. Two of his equine art paintings have been exhibited at the International Museum of the Horse. He owns pet parrots and breeds gloster canaries as a hobby.
A limited edition of 300 prints of Lost Treasure has been created. The actual image size is 14" by 10", the print size is 17" by 13", and the matted size is 18" by 14". Each print is signed and numbered by the artist. The full-color reproduction is printed on a neutral pH, acid-free paper.