This woodcut is based on an Aesop's fable called "The Crow and the Pitcher." The story goes there was a dry spell and the crow couldn't find anything to drink, except for a pitcher with a tiny bit of water in the bottom. The clever crow had an idea to drop rocks into the pitcher until the water was high enough for him to drink.
I have a long fascination with "corvids" or birds in the crow family. This lil print is particularly special because it allowed me to put a pot in the print, now that I make clay work too it was super to "mix mediums."
Title: Crows and Pitchers
Size: 21.5" x 26"