Larry Zach Wildlife Art

Foggy Morning Trio - Canada Geese

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Foggy Morning Trio—Canada Geese captures a foggy, early morning scene featuring three Canada geese landing in a picked bean field near an old farmstead. Water from a recent rain still stands in the field, reflecting the subtle morning hues of an autumn dawn. As collectors search through the fog, they will discover the Albia buck and the three gobblers. Viewers will also enjoy discovering an old John Deere hidden in the fog.

The first print in the series, Foggy Morning Trio—Wild Turkey, featured three gobblers on a foggy spring morning. A pair of Canada geese are flying in the background and a shed antler from the now famous Albia, or Lovstuen buck along with morel mushrooms hide in the grass. Foggy Morning Whitetail-The Lovstuen Buck, the second image in the series, captured the famous Albia buck with his final rack. It has the three gobblers and a number of Canada geese in the background. As mentioned above, the new release, Foggy Morning Trio—Canada Geese, includes the gobblers and the buck in the foggy background.

The "Foggy Morning" series has been very popular among collectors. Because the series features different species, including the impressive world record buck, the paintings have attracted hunters, nature lovers, and wildlife enthusiasts.



Master Canvas

SN Edition: 100 canvases @ $425  
AP Edition: 25 canvases @ $495   
Image size: 30x20

Classic Paper

SN Edition: 1850 prints @ $145     
AP Edition: 185 prints @ $175       
Image size: 23x15.25      

Encore Canvas

Open Edition: $159 (framed)
Image size:     17x11
Framed size:  23x17.5

Decorator Canvas

Open Edition: $99 (framed)
Image size:     7.5x11
Framed size:  17.5x13.5


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"A lifetime of hunting, fishing, conservation work, and nature study has provided me with a wealth of outdoor experiences and images. My intent as an artist is to share these with others."
              - Larry Zach