Munching away - Fox Squirrel
Munching Away - Fox Squirrel, 5x7" Mixed media watercolor on board.
It seems the only time squirrels will stay put is either when they are secretly staring at you from high up in the branches or when they are eating. I may or may not be traveling with almonds from now on...
This colorful painting ships flat and is full of saturated colors. Colors vary from screen to screen but the dominate colors in this painting are greens and hues of yellow.
Searching - Pileated Woodpecker
You can hear a Pileated woodpecker miles before you see the bird flying through the deep, thick forest.
This little watercolor, mixed media painting is inspired by the pileated woodpeckers that call the Adirondacks home.
This painting is 5 inches wide by 7 inches tall, created on primed wood panel. It is a one of kind, original work of art. Colors vary from screen to screen, and the dominant colors in this work are dark blue, bright red, green, pink,and yellow ochre.
Ships with a 5x7" wood frame.
Portrait of a Toad
When you think of animals in the forest, most are drawn to the birds, deer and the scurrying of chipmunks and squirrels. But if you look in the rustled leaves or on a fallen tree, you might get a friendly hello from a toad.
This little watercolor, mixed media painting is inspired by the toads that make the floor of the Adirondacks home.
This painting is 5 inches tall by 7 inches wide, created on primed wood panel. It is a one of kind, original work of art. Colors vary from screen to screen, and the dominant colors in this work are green, pink,and purple.
Ships with a 5x7" wood frame.
Wombat. Mixed media on paper. 5.5 inches wide by 7.5 inches tall.
This original mixed media painting of a wombat was inspired by the devestating effect wildfires had on native wildlife in Australia this past summer. The Wombat, a large, quirky marsupial was able to hide in the burrows when the fires spread, but not all wombats survived. Because the fires were so fierce, and will only get worse as the climate rises, we may see a decline in these adorable creatures. All because we won't stop polluting. Seems like if we just reduced our pollution, maybe fires won't be so harsh, and these little wombats can continue to do their thing.
Colors vary from screen to screen, the dominate colors in this painting are burnt orange and green, with purple to white wombat. This painting ships flat.
Perched - American Kestral watercolor
Perched is a watercolor painting of an American Kestral. American Kestrals are the smallest and most colorful falcon, at least in North America. This Kestral painting is inspired by a restless kestral who didn't take his eyes off of me. Living at a rehabilitation center, this kestral became imprinted at a young age after recovery from an injury. Now he travels around and helps education young children about the beauty of the natural world and respecting nature.
This painting is shipped flat without a mat and unframed. The framed picture is for reference only. Colors vary from screen to screen, the images depicted are true to my screen.
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.
6 inches wide by 9 inches tall.
This little drawing is inspired by an European rabbit that I encountered on San Juan Island, in Washington. The rabbits there are not native and were introduced in the early 1900s when a failed domestic rabbit breeding company went out of businesses and decided to release them. The rabbits continued to survive and prosper, and today they can be found in American Camp on San Juan Island!
Mr. Woodchuck. Colored Pencil on black paper.
7 inches wide by 5 inches tall.
This little drawing was inspired by my first encounter with a woodchuck. I'd never seen one and didn't really think they existed. But there he was, just standing in the yard, waiting to pounce on the garden. I fell in love right there.
This is an original one of a kind drawing. Colors vary from screen to screen but the dominant colors in this drawing are the black background, rose and yellow shades, and the white ground.
This drawing ships flat and is available unframed.
What's up there Alligator?
Original pastel painting of an alligator on board. 6 inches tall by 9 inches wide.
Why, hello there - Desert Cottontail Painting
A little desert cottontail in pastel. This pastel painting is 5 inches wide and 7 inches tall. It is an original work of art created in hues of red.
This little cottontail was inspired by the many desert cottontails I met at Water Ranch, in Gilbert, Arizona. Their friendly curiosity while you walk along the trails always made me smile.
This painting ships flat. It is pastel on panel. Colors vary from screen to screen, but the dominant colors in this painting are shades of red, pink and white.
Eating Apples Study
How many apples can a woodchuck chuck? Woodchucks enjoy feasting on fall apples a bit more than wood. And as a ground squirrel that hibernates, he needs a lot of apples to make it through the winter
Eating apples (study) 7 inches tall by 5 inches wide. Pastel and graphiteon board.
This is an original pastel drawing that ships flat. Color vary from screen to screen, the dominate colors in this piece are bright yellow green, apple green, reddish orange, and burnt red oxide. This painting is available matted in a barn wood frame.
Gray Squirrel Study
Did you know the gray squirrel are omnivores? They have been known to eat everything from bird eggs to amphibians & all sorts of plant matter & berries.
This watercolor painting ships flat. Colors vary from screen to screen but the dominant colors in this painting are red and burnt sienna.
Running Prairie Dog
Running Black tailed Prairie Dog. 5 inches tall by 7 inches wide.
This black tailed Prairie dogs are not a type of dog but instead a type of ground squirrel. Though like dogs they enjoy being social and live in groups.
This is an original pastel drawing on pastel board. Colors vary from screen to screen but the dominant colors in this piece are orange hues with highlights of light red and blue. This piece ships matted in a dark brown frame.