Framed Original $3350
The Indian rhino, with its shorter face and skull, and its deeply folded skin that looks almost like armor, has a distinctly different appearance from the African rhino, which has smoother skin and an enormously long face. I enjoy painting skin textures and the opportunity to show the beauty of these fascinating creatures.
He guards the barn and keeps the rodents under control. Please don’t poison rats and mice – owls die as a result. We need our owls.
These babies are just about ready to leave the nest.
The reference photo used by permission for this painting was taken by Laura Silverstein. See her work at https://fineartamerica.com/profiles/laura-silverstein
The feet of a resting tiger
Tigers’ and other cats’ paws are so soft when their claws are in!
I have painted several of these, each different, and will continue doing more – they’re popular! And I’m happy to do one of your favorite animal’s feet, especially for you!
12″ x 16″
Emus are the second-largest living bird by height, after the ostrich, and are native to Australia. in their own goofy way, Emus seem to be always looking to see what kind of trouble they can make. Yet in all their fuzzy unkemptness, they are fascinatingly beautiful.