Alaska’s birds fill the landscape throughout the year, echoing their sweet sounds across mountains, swimming through clear lakes and soaring through the air. Many of Alaska’s birds are famous around the world, both for their rarity and their ancient symbolism. Eagles and loons have been depicted for centuries as symbols of freedom, power and love. You can bring these beautiful birds into your home with Alaskan watercolor art and add many of Alaska’s other unique favorites.
Alaska is home to migratory birds and birds that stay permanently. The famous puffin with its orange bill and distinctive face is a favorite among visitors and residents alike. Artist, Dot Bardarson, portrays this adorable bird with all its colorful personality and beauty in each painting. The elegant eagle is shown hovering in protective custody over its tiny nestlings. Finally the black and white loon glides over Alaska’s waters on a new journey.
Bring these birds into your home and add color and majesty to your walls. Order a quality print online and contact Dot Bardarson for more information on any piece.
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Alaska Geese leave liquid footprints
Soaring high, majestic flight leaves a feathery trail.
Signed Poster by Dot Bardarson on archival paper.
Protective wings hover over her nest
Selected for the Alaska Watercolor Juried Exhibition
The tufted puffin protects his burrow, croaking his displeasure of intruders
The moon reflects their spotted trademarks as they glide across placid wetlands
Better suited for swimming, the horned puffin struggles with short wings & a bulky body, making for arduous flight