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Baby Meadowlark #9 by Carol Hagan

Baby Meadowlark #9

— Carol Hagan

Just Released! Limited Edition giclée print on archival canvas. Carol's baby birds are always a hit and this one is no exception. 

Squeak by Carol Hagan

Squeak

— Carol Hagan

Carol's foxes are among the best sellers of all of her work. This one very limited so get yours early!

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A Blustery Day in September by Carol Hagan

A Blustery Day in September

— Carol Hagan

This beauty is available in both paper and canvas versions! 

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