Whiskey jack on free to grow lodgepole pines

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Whiskey jack on free to grow lodgepole pines
30″ x 36″ acrylic

Free to grow is what you call a pine tree when it is tall enough to make it. The mill that cut the timber is responsible to keep replanting and taking care of that cutblock until the forest is free to grow. Whiskey jacks are everywhere out in the bush, they’re very friendly and curious. In the background is the forest of old dead beetlekilled pines, that covers the whole of Central BC.

Maybe a few more touch ups, but I’m pretty happy.

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