Home for Wolf Original Painting
This image brings attention to the ever important predator/prey relationships in nature. Every species is connected to the whole. As you look closely, within the aspen leaves, you’ll recognize footprints of animals critical to the survival of wolves, such as moose, bison, deer, elk, snowshoe hare, jack rabbit and bighorn sheep — all herbivores woven perfectly into the tapestry of life; as is the wolf, a predator who keeps prey populations healthy. Within the leaves throughout the painting, I’ve placed shadows and images of wolves to highlight the important social hierarchy of the pack.
The painting is beautifully framed in aspen and protected with museum glass. Framed dimension are approximately 30" x 40". (Hover over image to magnify.)