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Ken Zylla - North American Game Bird Commemorative Prints – Series of 5 - Signed

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Sold Date: 07/11/2012
Channel: Online Auction
Source: eBay



Ken Zylla - North American Game Bird Commemorative Prints – Series of 5

1985 – 1989 Signed Prints with Matching Collector Stamps

You are bidding on a set of 5 sequential year professionally framed and double matted commemorative prints done by artist Ken Zylla. All are part of the North American Game Bird Series and have matching collector stamps mounted with the print. Each stamp has a face value of $7.50.

1985 print is titled “Coming Together” - A lovely scene of wild turkeys gathering at the river in snow.

1986 print is titled “Nary a Care” – Pheasants enjoy their afternoon on a country dirt road in autumn.

1987 print is titled “Lifting to the North” – Canadian geese lifting off over the waterway on a cloudy spring day.

1988 print is titles “Outfoxed” – Upland game birds take flight through the forest to avoid being someone’s dinner on a sunny summer day.

1989 print is titles “Leaving Home” – a Flock of wood ducks leave the solitude of their nesting grounds in autumn to start their migration south.

DIMENSIONS: Frame – 24-1/2” by 20-1/2”

Print with white boarder - 16-1/2” by 11-3/4”

Print with no boarder – 16” by 10-1/2”

PROFFESIONALLY FRAMED IN A WOOD FRAME AND DOUBLE MATTED UNDER GLASS.

These prints were on display for a few years in my home and have been packed away safely since. Now I am down sizing and these must go.

Ken Zylla blends the elements, such as weather, sunlight, time of day, the seasons, along with his choice of subjects, bring each painting to a precise place in time and often tells a story. A key element consistent in this series is water. Look closely, even “Outfoxed” contains a fern covered stream in the thick of the forest. Ken Zylla has been painting for over 40 years, first as a hobby and then as his full-time profession.

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