For giclées of this fox, the painting is cropped and adjusted to fit the square shape of this size canvas. The hexagon shape canvas is also available for an additional charge by contacting Kent Paulette.
In this painting, a fox is seen casually jaunting through a snowy wilderness. The fox faces the viewer, as if he has suddenly seen someone. He appears nonchalant, but also mildly vexed that he should be interrupted on his daily trot. His left eye shines, having caught the glimmer of sunlight that emerges after the snowfall, and his right ear tilts slightly back, listening for noises in the forest. The hexagon shape of this painting gives the feel of viewing the fox through a kaleidoscope, and one of the many hexagons of the kaleidoscope has caught his essence in all his perfection.