“Territorial Dispute” by Mary Helsaple
A group of ravens is called an “unkindness”, a “treachery”, or a “conspiracy”. Odd. Probably because some people get an ominous feeling when they see them grouped in a flock. In reality they have a large socially bonded family that strongly defends their territory from intruders. It is a matter of survival, both for the “conspiracy” and for those that dare enter.
Watercolor on Claybord
With frame: 13″ x 16″ x 1″
Without frame: 9″ x 12″