Downy Woodpecker is a larger than life watercolor pencil drawing of a downy woodpecker standing on a branch; getting ready to peck it. It is the 27th piece of the Totem Animal Project and the 3rd piece of the Avian Series. Woodpeckers are symbols of camouflage, creating a matrix, desires of the heart, drumming, persistence, root (or base) chakra, sensory location, territory, and vibration.
The piece was created in 2019. It is 16" x 20" on 18" x 24" paper and in a 22" x 26" frame. It took approximately 7 hours to complete. I used General's Kimberly and Faber-Castell watercolor pencils and on Canson mix media paper, and then painted over it with water. It has a spray varnish finish. It includes a Certificate of Authenticity.
Asking $200. Contact me to purchase.