Blue Heron is a very majestic bird. It is believed in the North American Native culture that this bird symbolizes self-reliance, determination, and the ability to evolve. It's long, slender legs support its body. It's a message of stability and balance in life. It is a very smart and resourceful bird, qualities we all need to be successful in life. People believe that this bird is a forbearer of abundance. Regardless, the bird is majestically graceful and beautiful. Note: No two mugs will be alike.
I live near the Tantramar Marsh. I see blue herons in the Water Fowl Park and elsewhere in the area. Their graceful sight makes me happy. I could sit there and watch them for hours.
It is graceful when it is standing and equally graceful when it is flying.
Medium: Lino cut on Lenox acid free paper
Image size: 12"x12", Paper size: 15"X15.75", Framed: 20"X20"
This black and white print is a part of the series, "Lessons Learned from Six-year Olds". Each piece is hand-printed by the artist. A portion of the money from the sale of this print is donated to mental health.
Knowing where one wants to go, setting the goal and focusing on it are important in order to succeed. If one can eliminate distractions and stay focused on a single goal, success is not hard to attain. Sometimes it takes a young six-year old to remind us of this. It is based on a true story.
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