Bev Doolittle - No Respect (with book)
"The Forest Has Eyes" is a picture book for children, featuring twelve of Bev Doolittle's most popular camouflage and Native American animal-spirit paintings. The text by Elise Maclay invites readers to see the natural world and its animals with the native American's eyes, and to create their own stories while looking at the pictures. Songs, legends and questions geared toward the younger child accompany Doolittle's paintings about seeing with our native peoples' eyes. Native Americans have magic eyes. They see the spirits of animals and trees. They see that all creatures are related, owl and bear, toad and eagle, trout and elk. All have gifts. All are needed. One can only imagine what life must be like for a chipmunk, especially when his front door is trod upon by a much larger and much higher member of the food chain - a grizzly bear. Grizzlies go wherever and whenever they want, seemingly without regard for anything in their path. So - what's a tiny chipmunk to do? I wouldn't know I'm not a chipmunk, but I can imagine I'd bark out a protest to such a random, thoughtless gesture, and then go on and rearrange my front door. From a human point of view, the title "No Respect" seemed an appropriate one (for the accompanying print. - BD

Bev Doolittle - No Respect (with book)

Release Year: 1998
Size: 6.5 x 6.5
Form: limited edition print on paper with book
Edition Size: 25000 numbered and hand signed by the artist
Artist Proofs: call or email to check on availability.
Custom Framing: available upon request

Product Code: DOONO1
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