Peter R. Gerbert © 2022   This original design has been copyrighted by the artist and the image has been digimarked. Not for copy or web use unless permission is granted by the artist. 

“Late one afternoon, as I was exploring the river near my home looking for birds and wildlife, the sun was hitting the far edge of the river creating intriguing shadows. I came up with this composition, placing Ibises in flight to create an illusion of depth in this beautiful setting. Molding-paste and gesso were applied, embossing the Cypress tree roots and the birds in this acrylic painting.” -Peter R. Gerbert

   “River Journey” © Peter R. Gerbert

“River Journey”  © 2022 Peter R. Gerbert   Four White Ibises

As seen on the cover of Audubon Florida's Naturalist Summer 2022
Now available as a Special Edition fine art canvas print, signed only to 50. Each canvas print will come with a Certificate of Endorsement from Audubon Florida and a portion of the proceeds will benefit conservation efforts in Florida.

Canvas Print     Image size approximately 15 by 20    $165

Large Canvas Print     Image size approximately 18 by 24    $250

“River Journey” -Barnwood Grey Frame

“River Journey” -Barnwood Grey Frame

More Professional Framing Options   Finish framing done by the Artist
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Featured artist of the Florida Wildlife Federation since 1997; a portion of the proceeds from the sale of some of this artist's Limited Edition Prints, directly benefits conservation efforts in Florida.
Featured artist of Audubon Florida; a portion of the proceeds from the sale of some of this artist's Limited Edition Prints, have benefited the society’s conservation efforts.

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