A couple of years ago, I made a trip to southern Utah and saw these low rounded hills or red rock formations that looked like people with funny hats. I wanted to create an audience from these strange formations (hoodoos). The red rock characters are watching a drama unfold at their feet, where a pair of western Harriers descend on a flock of Sage Grouse. Other prairie inhabitants are also watching. Can you find them in the underbrush? There are four different animals hidden in plain sight. This is an original painting is 36 x 24 x 2 inches on a cradled Gessobord. It is painted on all sides of the two inch edge. "Cradled" means that there is a sturdy and attractive framework attached to the board. Gessobord is a trademark produced by Ampersand, a company out of Austin, Texas. It is already prepared with gesso on a Masonite board. It will not crack over time like canvas. I use this company's products because, they work well for my detailed painting technique and use of acrylics. They also maintain their vibrancy, and are easy to keep clean without having to cover it with glass. A buyer does not have to frame this work, as it is painted on all sides. I continued the subject around the edges (sky, clouds, grass, etc.). I am also selling both paper and canvas prints in various sizes.