30″ x 40″
Clouded Leopards live in the Himalayan foothills, Southeast Asia and China. They are relatively small compared to their African leopard cousins. From a very young age, the cubs play and sleep in high branches. I loved seeing this young one sacked out with his face scrunched against the bark of his tree.
36″ x 18″
The large signature is for online protection only . It does not appear on the original.
The Kordofan Giraffe is an endangered subspecies living in northern Cameroon, southern Chad, Central African Republic.
Award: Best in Wildlife and Animals category, International Guild of Realism 2019 Winter Salon Online Exhibition . http://www.realismguild.com/2019WinterSalon/Wildlife/index.php
Size 20″x 16″
(Large Signature is only for protection online. It does not appear on the original.)
African Elephant – sixe 36″x24″
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.