No Respect (framed) by Bev Doolittle
This little squirrel appears indignant that someone would dare to trod on his home.
This vintage Doolittle is one of her most charming images and one that clearly shows her innovative departure from the most static wildlife portraits of the time. It is accompanied by “The Forest Has Eyes,” which creates ‘Do you see what I see?’ play between parents and children. This Native American inspired children’s book is chock full of her most popular camouflage and Native American spirit paintings that help children see with their “magic eyes.” Partial proceeds will help respect bears by aiding the efforts of the Yellowstone Grizzly Foundation and the Louisiana Black Bear Conservation Committee.
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