Tent Camping Canoeing Clock - Terry Redlin Morning Solitude

The face on this clock is an image taken from Terry Redlin's print MORNING SOLITUDE. This camping scene has a man and his best friend leaving his tent for some early morning fishing in his canoe.

Brass hands and easy-to read numerals. Quartz movement uses one AA battery (not included). Gift boxed. 11" dia.

"It's that magical moment in the deep woods when the morning sun first slices through the thick underbrush to cover the landscape with its warm rays. The camper, an early riser, has loaded his fishing gear into the old wooden canoe and with his best buddy is headed out to catch breakfast. A few minutes downstream is a secluded lake, which, in this version of the story, is home to an ample supply of four to five pounders. High in the distant sky a flight of Canadas have also begun their daily search for food. And back near the tree line whitetail deer, a buck and two does, apparently unthreatened by the visitors, quietly observe the action."

Type: Clock

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