Released June 2004
One of the delights of living in and around a temperate rainforest
is being able to walk into the woods and hear its song. It’s
amazing how the quiet of the day gives way as the forest slips into
darkness. Evenings that start quietly eventually culminate in a
cacophony of sounds. By far the most vocal in this symphony is the
Pacific Tree Frog.
The Pacific Tree Frog is a small frog whose territory spans the
area of southern British Columbia south as far as Mexico. It is
a ground dwelling frog found in grasslands and woodland forests
near fresh water. Its call can be heard from as much as a half mile
away and is often used by Hollywood movie producers to add ambience
to tropical film environs. This print represents the frog singing
its final song before entering hibernation.
“Autumn’s Song” is a limited edition
print using the giclée method of printmaking. This print
was released in June of 2004 and printed by Andy Everson at the
artist’s own studio in Comox B.C. A total of 133 prints bear
the title “Autumn’s Song” and are signed by Andy
Everson: 120 in the primary edition bearing the numbers 1/120 through
120/120; 12 Artist’s Proofs; and 1 Printer’s Proof.
The acid-free 100% cotton Royal Riviera Rag paper measures 9.5x13
inches. Image size measures about 8x11.25 inches.