Cultured Wednesday: Bev Doolittle

Run with me, Brother Wolf.
Teach me to be like a wolf, stronger than fear, faster than cold.

The other week we brought a Bev Doolittle book back home from the library.  Our girls very much enjoy her art, so we thought we share some of her paintings with you, just in case you haven’t heard of her yet.

Bev Doolittle, who was born on 10 February 1947, is an American artist working mainly in watercolor paints.  She creates paintings of the American West that feature themes of Native American life, wild animals, horses, and landscapes, it says in her Wikipedia entry.

let my spirit soar
Let My Spirit Soar

Bev Doolittle is said to be the world’s foremost camouflage artist.  Her paintings are layered with stories and hidden pictures, so take your time looking and you will see more and more.

Can you guess why the name of this pass is Snow Eagle Pass?

bev doolittle while eagle pass big
Season of the Eagle

And here is one of her famous Hide-and-Seek pictures.  The book we got from the library has its title as well:

bev doolittle the forest has eyes
The Forest Has Eyes

Can you find the eight hidden faces?

Author: Anne

~ In the right order of nature, the flesh is subject to the spirit and not the reverse. ~ The Cloud of Unknowing

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