Pronghorn in Ash Hollow - Original Painting
11.25" x 11.25"
Oil on Wood
Reclaimed Oak Floating Frame
This is part of series on Nebraska's Historic Animals. These species shaped the ecology and culture of the area and were painted at 8 Nebraska State Historical Parks across Nebraska.
Painted in Ash Hollow State Historic Park. In Ash Hollow, people for thousands of years inhabited a cutout in the cliffs overlooking a freshwater spring in the otherwise sparse prairie.
The pronghorn has roamed the area for millions of years and evolved alongside the American Cheetah to become the second fastest land animal. Today, there are no cheetahs, leaving the pronghorn to roam freely.
For more about the series, click here to read the story.
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