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Artist James Havens
No. 4 ALASKAN NATURAL HISTORY SERIES
circa November 2014 - Anchorage, Alaska
Oil on canvas 12ft X11.5ft
Introdicing Alaska's Ugrunaaluk kuukpikensis (oo-GREW-na-luck KOOK-pik-en-sis), a type of duck-billed dinosaur depicted in our painting by James Havens that once roamed the North Slope of Alaska in herds, living in darkness for months at a time and probably experiencing snow. This original painting was advised by Dr. Pat Druckenmiller UAF Musem of the North and features new science and discovery. The name Ugrunaaluk kuukpikensis (oo-GREW-na-luck KOOK-pik-en-sis) is Inupiaq for "ancient grazer." The work is now featured in the permanent collection of Museum of the North in Fairbanks, Alaska and is displayed as a center piece of the main atrium. This piece was also the selected winner of the 2015 SVP National Geographic Lanzendorf Award for best 2-D art.
75 limited edition museum quality “Artist Hand Embellished” canvas prints / size: 6ft across
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100 canvas prints / size: 4ft across / (Special-order only) / investment level: $1,750.
This piece is a featured work for the annual educational public outreach "The Alaska Paleo-Project."The Alaska Paleo-Project" is an annual public exhibition of works in progress by Alaskan artists James Havens and crew. Painted on location and in large public venues, this event features the flora and fauna of ancient Alaska and is designed to help raise public awareness of Alaska’s fantastic paleontological past, foster new knowledge of subject and encourage public participation in the hands on processes of creating a large scale piece of original art