South African-born Karen Bezuidenhout, who lives and paints in Santa Barbara, employs multiple layers of paint, an oil stick and scratching to create texture. Of this painting she says, "We had a crow moon earlier this year, and I loved the name. It is called the crow moon by the northern tribes due to the cawing of the crows, signaling the end of winter and the approach of spring." Acrylic on canvas. Exclusive painting made in USA. 40" sq.