Mama's Love. Mixed media on panel. 12 inches tall by 16 inches wide.
Mama's love is a moment between a mother fox and her kit. Sometimes all you need is mama's love.
This original painting was inspired by a fox family I had the opportunity to experience during the summer of 2019 in Newfoundland, CA.
This painting ships flat and is made with all archival materials. Colors vary from screen to screen, but the dominant colors in this work of art are green, shades of orange, and red.
What's there? Mixed media on wood panel. 11 inches tall by 14 inches wide.
This original painting is of two curious fox kits observing what's around them. Inspired by fox kits I got to spend some time with in Newfoundland.
Colors vary from screen to screen, but the dominant colors in this painting are bright forest green, and warm tones that make up the foxes. This painting ships flat and framed.
Harris Antelope Squirrel Charcoal Drawing
This is an original charcoal drawing on 90lb white paper, acid free. The paper measures 7 inches tall by 9 inches wide. But fits nicely into a mat with an 8x6 inch opening, to frame the drawing.
Sealed with UV protective varnish, and signed on the front (near the foot.) Sold unframed, but may come with a Mat for support.
Harris Antelope Squirrel Wash Study
Colors vary from screen to screen, but this painting is made up of graphite, ultramarine blue wash and an orange hue wash.
This painting is available unframed, and will ship in a reinforced envelope. Before you order, feel free to email me for more pictures and details, and an accurate shipping rate. The default shipping rate is an average cost to ship a painting this size, but I would like to see if there is a better rate for you.
Jackrabbit - The Great Hare
The Great Hare, 14 inches wide and 11 inches tall - Soft pastel on paper.
Jackrabbits are not rabbits, but hares. These long legged hares are amazing to encounter in the wild. Although fearful and fast, I've had experiences where the jackrabbit was more curious than anything else. One time while I was photographing some birds, a jackrabbit came over and sniffed my arm. And then just sat there while I took pictures of him/her. It was an interesting experience to witness curiosity in such an otherwise fearful animal... Ever since then, I've fallen in love with Jackrabbits.
This pastel painting will ship flat and is sold unframed. Colors vary from screen to screen, but the dominant colors in this painting are deep gold, grays, hues of pinks and browns. This painting is available framed.
Cool Off (Round Tailed Ground Squirrel)
When a squirrel needs to cool off, you'll find them laying their bellies down against the ground and spreading out their legs. I've discovered that they will do this even if you are staring at them with pencil and paper. Perhaps it's their favorite pose to be still in. This pastel painting is of a little round tailed ground squirrel cooling off on a hot spring day in Arizona.
This pastel painting is an original one of a kind work of art. It will ship flat and is sold unframed. Colors vary from screen to screen, and the dominant colors in this work are deep olive green, alizarian red, sand, and tones of light browns and whites.
My Feet (Gosling)
In the Englischer Garten, in Munich, there are hundreds of geese. At least during the month of June. In the early hours of a Saturday morning, when jet lag reared it's ugly face, I took a walk through the Englischer Garten, and had a chance to meet this little gosling. He was probably not as fascinated with his feet as my camera made him out to be, but nevertheless, he was cute, and in the early sunrise, I was in love.
This is an original pastel painting on velour paper. It is signed on the front and will ship flat. It is available unframed.
Colors vary from screen to screen, however, the dominant colors in this drawing are shades of light and medium browns, and the background is filled with light and purplish blues. The paper was black.
On the lookout
This pastel painting is inspired by the beautiful Cactus wren. Abundant and easily found in the southwest, this little bird was encountered in a parking lot in Tucson. On a warm fall day, it was looking for bugs that were attracted to the shade of the cars.
Colors vary from screen to screen. This pastel painting uses shades of red and purple to capture the essence of the Cactus Wren. Carmine and rose tones are prominent. It is made with all archival materials and ships flat with an 11x14" mat. The framed picture is for reference.
Discovered is a pastel painting of an eastern gray squirrel on paper, that is 8 inches tall and 10 inches wide.
This pastel painting is inspired by an encounter with an Eastern Gray Squirrel squirrel in St. James Park, London. Squirrels as we all know are incredibly cute and swift, and will stop in their tracks when they are discovered. Originally out of fear, but now, they are just stopping to see if you have any popcorn.
This pastel painting uses all archival materials and ships flat. It is approximately 8 x 10, and will ship flat and unframed. The framed picture is for reference.
Colors vary from screen to screen, this painting is made with hues of blues and tans. The dominate colors are shades of ultramarine and ochre.
Courage - Elk Pastel Drawing
This particular drawing was inspired by Elk that were hiding in plain sight at the Grand Canyon.
Native Elk. 10 inches wide, by 8 inches tall. This pastel drawing is available unframed, and shipped flat. Colors vary from screen to screen, however, the dominant colors in this drawing are shades of light blue, burnt sienna light and dark, peach, light green and white. The paper is blue. It is signed on the front.
On the Edge - Black Bear
This drawing was inspired by a young black bear standing on the edge of a cliff, trying to jump down. Deep purples of the bear contrast against the turquoise setting.
This drawing will ship flat with a mat, unframed. Colors vary from screen to screen, however the dominant colors in this drawing are deep dark plum purple and light purple in the bear, with turquoise and a tinted turquoise grey-green background.
Pastel drawing of a Cheetah looking to the right, sitting in the grass. Cheetahs are known as the fastest animal in the world... they are also diminishing the fastest too. They are considered Africa’s most endangered big cat with only 8000 left in the wild. In addition to habitat lost, many are killed by farmers due to their interest in cattle. Organizations like Cheetah Conservation Fund are finding ways to prevent their decline and encourage a happy coexistence with farmers. I have always found cheetahs beautiful and I hope to help encourage others to see these spots as something to protect and love for years to come.