Paintings of animals and wildlife.
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The Eagle’s Cry
Framed approximately 33 x 35″
Pastel on Velour
“If you have ever been to Canada or areas where there are higher elevations, there will be the majestic bald eagle. Interestingly enough, this mighty bird, has a not-so-mighty cry! The eagle’s cry is more like a shrill whistle. When we hear the eagle’s cry in a movie, it is really usually the cry from a red tail hawk, dubbed in. Nevertheless, I still marvel at this marvelous creature in all its glory!”
Framed 16 x 27″
The Flamingos are always looking for food and moving around. The grace of their necks and legs is wonderful. It makes a scenic picture. The color is not usually seen in nature. The beautiful pinkish-salmon color is mostly caused by what they eat — I would eat it too if I could be so pink!
Hear Me Roar
Gallery Wrap 24 x 30″
I love to hear the sound of a lion roaring at the zoo. I can only imagine how that would sound in the heart of the jungle. You really know he is the king. That is what inspired me to make this painting. I tried to capture the action and feeling of a big roar from the king!
Wild Ponies on Mt. Rogers, Virginia
Framed 26 x 26″