Perfectly timed for New Mexico's wintry, sometimes snow-filled January days, Mark White's newest body of paintings was inspired by crows and ravens.
"Our wonder over crows and ravens has allowed them to figure prominently in our culture. As long as people watch and wonder about the natural world, our culture will continue to be enriched by the antics, mysteries, and challenges of crows and ravens in all their forms."
-Excerpted from In the Company of Crows and Ravens, by John M. Marzluff and Tony Angell
Long enamored of the Southwest region's wild birds, White deftly conveys the mystery and gravitas of these common yet commandingly regal animals.
Which of this trio is your favorite? The steady-gazed Sentinel, the Ravenous raven, or the noisily Raucous crow?