This is an original oil painting of a roadrunner painted on a wooden cigar box.
The cigar box measures 11.375 x 7 x 2.375 inches. It has a small nail that holds it closed.
The roadrunner that inspired this painting was in our backyard, hunting lizards. When roadrunners hunt, they make a distinctive clicking sound with their beaks. That is how I knew roadrunner was outside my window! Did you know that the roadrunner is zygodactyl? That means that two of their toes point forward, and two point backward.
This painting is one of a kind, and is part of the collection of wildlife paintings I have done on wooden cigar boxes.
It can hang on the wall, or sit on a shelf for you to enjoy every day.
Signed by me on the front and the back, it will also be numbered because I am trying to keep track of how many cigar box paintings I have done.