WINNER of the International Guild of Realism  2019 Winter Salon Online Exhibition’s Best in Wildlife and Animals category. See the show through through May 20th at http://www.realismguild.com/2019WinterSalon/Wildlife/index.php

The large signature is for online protection only. It does not appear on the original.

Size 20″x 16″

Until May 20, this piece is available at the online show at International Guild of Realism  (address above)


Bug’s-Eye View of a Collared Lizard


This is a close-up of the little collared lizard  –  that’s not a mispelling  –  “collared” means it has a collar of dark stripes at its neck. They live in the desert Southwest and Mexico, eating insects and grubs. To a human, these little ones look cute and benign, but to a bug they are monsters!

Reptiles are one of my favorite subjects; they look like little jewels and their scales shine in the sun.