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Ae'o Through the Clouds, Hawaiian Black-Necked Stilt, Original Oil Painting

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Title: Ae'o Through the Clouds
Series: Birds in Flight

Original oil painting by Sarah Soward.
Oil on deep cradled panel. The sides are unpainted wood.
6x6 inches, unframed.

Ae'o Through the Clouds is a bold but small painting of a Hawaiian Black-Necked Stilt with lightly colored clouds. The black and white feathers of the stilt are subtly differentiated to offset the high contrast between the black and white sections of feathers and the bird's long and striking pinkish-orange legs.

The clouds have hues of pinks, yellows, and lilac. The sky is a periwinkle to light blue-violet color.

Please keep fine art and prints out of direct sunlight and UV light. 


Oil on Panel


6x6 inches

Care Instructions

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