Kim Diment > Bygones
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Bygones

Media: Acrylic

Framed Original - Canvas and Paper GiClees available. Edition of 250.

Remarks: This whitetail buck has made it through another season and is the main character of somebody’s story...“The one that got away“. Whitetail males usually shed their antlers sometime in January. The shed can be seen in the lower right corner from the previous year. Typically porcupines and other rodents like to gnaw the horns shed by Whitetail bucks, so it is rare to find very old shed horns that have not been desecrated. Whitetails change colors from the cold months to the warm months. This buck exhibits the duller gray brown typical of colder times. Once spring time comes, deer will take on a warmer, richer orange-brown.


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