The coyote and the raven are ubiquitous to the Southwest, and they are particularly evident at my home and studio. Ravens are intelligent, amusing, and love to play in the desert breezes and in canyon up drafts. You can hear their wings flap as they fly overhead, and their raucous call cannot be missed. The coyotes are usually silent as they move through the juniper and pinõn trees; however, they frequently break into their choral howls when they communicate or just feel like serenading the moon. This painting is my representation of a desert chorus and coyotes and ravens.
36" x 24" Acrylic on Canvas