This close-up of two female African lions on the prowl in the grasslands of the savannah is the first in a series of major works of big cats of the world. I wanted to the viewer to feel the power and the dominance of this species. They plan very sophisticated group attacks on their prey, led by the females of the pride. This painting captures that moment when one female gazes across the grasslands at the herd. A 24 x 36 original oil on masonite board and framed in a traditional gold, this piece is available for $6,000. Also available as a giclee on paper or canvas.
This painting is available as a print and other products though Fine Art America.
One of North America's most iconic mountain ranges is the Teton Range in Wyoming. This painting entitled "Light in the Valley" was inspired by a late spring trip to the...
"Green Timber" was inspired by hunting with friends in flooded timber on cold, crisp mornings. The chuckle of ducks overhead fills the brightening sky, and the first big group turns...