To Surf the Sunset

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“Bald eagles, our national symbol, have come back dramatically from near extinction over the last fifty years," relates artist Rod Frederick. "They’re a very common sight where I live in the Cascade Mountains in Oregon. I never get tired of looking at bald eagles nor do I ever tire of the sunsets we get, looking toward the West and the Cascades. This horizon in particular lends itself to a longer image, one where you can look in every direction and see something. I wanted to show the eagles as they flew across the skyline, using the last fading rays of sunlight to find a place to roost for the night. They’re surfing the sunset, riding those last thermals before they go to bed.”

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Height 8
Width 36
Limited Edition of 100
Published June 1982
Artist Rod Frederick


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