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Every year as the seasons change the wild Canadian Geese fly away to more suitable climates. Here in Vermont they say goodbye as they soar over Lake Champlain and the Green Mountains. This is a Giclee print by Sabra Field and her late husband, Spencer. Image measures 8 in. x 8 in. Framed image is 15 in. x 15 in. This is an open edition and originally from 1984. Sabra says about this print: "Spencer provided the geese, and I gave them a setting on their way south down the Connecticut River Flyway on an autumn afternoon. The Canada Goose in migration has a wordless meaning to many of us: we are abandoned by them. We are bereft. We yearn for their resurrection in the spring." All framing is done by framer/artist Lassie Barile in her Waterbury, VT studio. Several details make Lassie's frames for Sabra Field prints special. Lassie studies the colors in each print to be framed. She then creates a custom blend of natural dyes to make the wood frame a perfect complement to the art inside it. All materials are museum quality. The glass protects from UV and the back of the frame is sealed against dust. Please state in the notes is you have a frame color preference
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