Some unframed prints by Bev Doolittle include "The Forest Has Eyes," "Doubled Back" and "Sacred Ground." Bev Doolittle is an American artist whose paintings often surround themes such as Native American and the American West. Most of her paintings are in watercolors and often contain deliberately hidden elements.
"Sacred Ground" features a mountain man, his horse, a packhorse, ropes and rawhide. The depiction of this scene allows the viewer to sense the urgency in which the man is fleeing, as if he's being watched and chased. It is often interpreted that the man has intruded on sacred Indian ground. Doolittle has painted hidden elements including an Indian Chieftain and three eagle profiles within the painting.