Wildlife artwork impressed by moms in nature
This artwork assortment celebrates these tender moments between adults and their younger. Not all these work are presently on the market, however the place there’s a restricted editon print accessible, there’s a hyperlink included.
Roe deer drawing
I used acrylic and pencil to depict this roe deer and fawn as a result of I wished to focus the viewer on the interplay between them. The immediacy of a sketch can have the impact of bringing the viewer into the second.
Badger and cubs styled in pencil and acrylic
The identical applies to this badger along with her cubs. She is a badger I watched for a few years and when her cubs first emerged from their underground chambers it was a delight to see them leaping and operating round in circles. I wished to get throughout this sense of enjoyable between mom and cubs.
Cheetah and cubs painted utilizing oils
This regal-looking cheetah known as for a extra formal method, so I selected oils and focused on her watchful, protecting poise. It was a pleasure portray the tender lustre of their coats.
Zebra & foal paintings
This zebra foal was attempting to shelter its head from the punishing noon solar in Etosha Park in Namibia. Because it lowered its head the grownup zebra mirrored the pose. I used broad brush strokes to create an impression of the remainder of the herd fading into the background in order that the viewer focussed in on the second.
Wren mom impressed artwork
No assortment of artwork prints and work about motherhood within the wild might go with no point out of birds and the unbelievable efforts they go to for his or her younger; from constructing nests, to incubating the eggs after which feeding the tiny brood morsel by tiny morsel. This busy wren spent all her day catching bugs for her noisy brood and I felt I needed to document all her onerous work!
Do you know that mallard geese will feign harm to guide predators away from their nests, limping away flapping their wings regardless of the appreciable threat to themselves?
Cuckoo chick portray
I painted this reed warbler feeding a cuckoo chick after watching it exhaust itself attempting to maintain up with the seemingly never-ending calls for of this outsized chick! The analogy at Mom’s Day is humorous, particularly once I consider dad and mom caring for their overgrown youngsters!
My gallery in Thixendale, North Yorkshire, is open on Mothering Sunday in the event you fancy a visit out.