Brown Bear On The Little Susitna River - Mens Wallet

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This limited edition Brown Bear On The Little Susitna River - Men's Wallet is an exquisite rendition of an original by the artist, Karen Whitworth. A lone bear is seen standing upon some river rocks while he searches for his next meal of fresh salmon. Rich colors and brush strokes complement the deep emboss printing on this superior wallet.

The artwork printed on this wallet is a one of a kind original piece from the Karen Whitworth Master Collection. Buy it today and feel good about supporting a local artist. 

  • Brand: Karen Whitworth
  • Material: Durable, vegan, man-made faux leather.
  • Measurements: Approximately 4.5 x 3.75 inches.
  • Details: 6 credit card slots, large money pocket, clear plastic id slot and 3 additional pockets.
  • Coins: Small zippered coin pocket inside.

 About the Artwork:

About 15 miles North of Wasilla, Alaska is one of my favorite places. Here the Little Su River serves as a gateway to Hatcher Pass and the surrounding areas. The beauty from there on is unmatched and so diverse. Often my husband and I have stopped here for photos. Each time I am in awe. This area seems so raw and untamed. Look closely and you can see salmon rest in the calm waters amongst the rocks as the brown bear waits patiently for one to wander into range.

About the Artist:
Born in Oregon and the oldest of 5 children, Karen devoted much of her early years to drawing on any piece of paper she could get her hands on. When her family moved to Alaska she was exposed to a new, raw, and inspiring beauty that encouraged her love for art and nature. During the 20 years she spent in the Last Frontier, the landscape and the animals that resided in it were a constant source of inspiration for her paintings. Today her original art can be found in collections around the world and is featured in several US galleries. From her studio, and even the field, she creates her paintings with a love for light and vibrant color. She now lives in Washington state with her husband, Greg, and two young children where she continues to explore and be inspired by the nature that surrounds her home in the Pacific Northwest.

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