Caught between urban and rural.
Here’s a painting of a fox, sitting on a rock ledge. Clever and sly, her ears are up, listening for her next meal. Did you know that a fox will eat just about anything?
Before we fenced our yard (inside the city), we were visited regularly by two foxes. We could usually smell them before we would see them. And once, we found their stash of a goose egg in our compost pile.
- Oil Painting on canvas in a narrow frame.
- Artist: Frances Koss
- Framed Size: 16 3/8 x 11 1/8
- Date: 1942