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A mischievous little fox has a taste for grapes.
Original is watercolor and colored pencil on 7 X 5 smooth Bristol paper. 2015.
Part of my “Sacred” series, which also includes “Sacred Waters” and “Sacred Fire” (“Sacred Earth” coming soon!)
When ordering prints, please specify if you would like the original version (with the pink bit) or the edited “clean” version.
Original is acrylic on 14″ X 18″ illustration board. 2015.
Original is available for sale HERE.
The spirit of Bear holds the stars in her paws, keeper of their mysteries.
Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 3 X 8 smooth Bristol paper.
My piece for the 2015 Werewolf Calendar. A werewolf has been accepted by a pack of wild wolves.
Acrylic on 12″ X 16″ Illustration board.
A tigress whose stripes are made to look like beautiful Mehndi designs.
Original is Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 9″ X 5.75″ smooth Bristol. 2014.
A dragon of the vast cosmos, lord of the stars.
Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 11 X 14 smooth Bristol. 2015.
Anubis, the Egyptian Protector of the Dead, Weigher of Souls, Embalmer, and (a) Lord of the Underworld.
Original is Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 11 X 14 smooth Bristol paper. 2014.
She dances for the good of her tribe, around and around the sacred fire, enticing the spirit within to come forth. If she succeeds in wooing the spirit with her dance all of her tribe will be blessed with health and prosperity for many seasons. If she fails, the fire will consume her whole. But she is confident in her dancing, transfixed upon the fire, calling it forth with her movements. She will not fail, for her heart is made of fire as well.
Acrylic on 14″ X 18″ Illustration board. 2012.
Second in the “Sacred Elements” series I am doing on commission for a wonderful couple. I really love how this came out, even though I struggled with it for almost two years XP This painting fought me every step of the way but I won! XD *falls over* This is the same tribe of wolf people as the wolf in “Sacred Waters”, and “Sacred Winds” and “Sacred Earth” will be likewise. I may end up doing something with this tribe, I am not sure yet. We will see!
He doesn’t like you. He doesn’t like anything about you. He’s a rough and tough guy and is confident in his ability to open up a serious can of whoopass on you. This bruiser could do some serious damage! And yet…he’s so cuddly! <3
Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 9″ X 12″ Bristol paper. 2010.
Original is watercolor and colored pencil on 6″ X 9″ smooth Bristol.
This is my submission for the 2011 Werewolf Calendar.
Acrylic on 12″ X 16″ Illustration Board
Calendar Assignment – April: As with humans, it is an important part of social life to perform ritual ceremonies for pinnacle events such as birth, pairing ceremonies, and death. In addition to these ceremonies werewolves will often perform ‘rain’ and ‘hunt’ rituals to call down strength upon themselves in times of drought and famine. These ceremonies are often noted for their unusually haunting ‘wolf’ songs. However, the vocalizations of werewolves are far more complex than that of a normal wolf, often carrying a recurring identifiable melody. Wolfsong is also accompanied by ritualistic body painting, dancing and in some parts of the world decorative scarring or piercing(usually as a rite of passage for adolescent werewolves entering adult werewolf society). It is not uncommon for werewolf families to gather in ceremonial rituals. This is an important event for most werewolves as it allows new pairings between young werewolves to occur within a neutral uncompetitive territory. Since most werewolves are territorial, outside of these group gatherings, werewolves will fight each other for prime territory and to establish dominance amongst males. The gatherings tend to take place on full moon nights, which despite popular belief is not the only time werewolves can shift. Rather this misconception is held because most sightings of werewolves have occurred during these full moon gatherings. It is not known how werewolves plan these gatherings or how far they will travel to make such a meeting.
A warrior-hunter wolf stops at his tribe’s sacred spring to partake of the waters in preparation for a ritual hunt.
Acrylic on 14″ X 18″ Illustration Board. 2010.
Two bears give each other a great big hug!
Watercolor and colored pencil on 8 X 10 smooth Bristol paper.
My submission for the 2012 Werewolf Calendar.
Acrylics on 12 X 16 Illustration board.
My assignment – August: “In ancient times, Werewolves, not unlike their human counterparts, have taken to building natural calendars and clocks to help keep track of not only the lunar cycles but the changing of seasons as well. Fashioned of stone and sometimes wooden implements, these calendars have also served as gathering grounds for social ceremonies for wild werewolf packs. At the encroachment of human civilization to the previously wild expanses of the natural world, many of these ancient calendar devices have since been abandoned, spinning forth speculation on their mysterious origins. Many of these devices have been credited to local native human tribes that inhabited overlapping territories with the werewolves of the day.”
What (or who) has this dragon been waiting so long for?
Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 11 X 14 Bristol paper.
These two emissaries from the spirit world bear a token, a message for those in the physical realm. What is it they are bringing to us?
Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 9″ X 6″ Multi-Media paper. 2013
Two lupine lovers rendezvous under a rising full moon, reaffirming their life-long bonds with each other.
Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 9″ X 6.2″ Mixed Media paper.
Ancient one with wise, old eyes. Keeper of the Peace Pipe, and bearer of gentle strength.
Original is acrylic on 12 1/2″ X 7 3/4″ Illustration Board. 2007.
This is me before coffee. Hand over the mug and no one gets hurt!
Original is watercolor and colored pencil on smooth Bristol paper.
Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 7″ X 2″ Bristol with iridescent paint and a purple swarovski crystal rhinestone. 2007
An anthro winged wolf and her companion perch on a rocky outcropping, singing to the setting double moons.
Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 11″ X 14″ smooth Bristol paper. 2014.
Two grizzly bears share a sweet moment together. D’aww! I love bears <3
Watercolor, colored pencil, and acrylic on Bristol paper. 2006.
Just a little frustration venting. Very loosely sketched, then added watercolor. Took me all of an hour, but it was very theraputic.
Watercolor on 7″ X 12″ smooth Bristol paper.
Rooth’ragon awaits the approaching storm with anticipation. Rooth’ragon is copyright his player.
Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 9 X 12 smooth Bristol paper. 2013.
An anthro wolf couple share a tender moment together.
Original is a watercolor and colored pencil on 8 X 10 Bristol paper. 2012.
Commission for Poufy Werewolf of her character, Brisco, howling his fury to the bright October moon.
Painted with acrylics on 16 X 12 Clay Board. 2008.
A tiger hunter tracks his wounded prey in the woods, aided by his spirit guide (hidden image in the trees).
Colored Pencil on 20″ X 35″ Illustration board. 2001.
The large, limited edition run of this print is sold out! Open edition prints are still available.
She is the Lady of Twilight, a magical time between day and night when the world prepares to sleep, and awaken. The day birds roost in her crown for protection during the long night. Her attendants are various wild sprites and evening creatures, and her barn owl familiar on her fist acts as her eyes into the other realms. Original is adorned with glitter paint, iridescent interference paint, and Swarovski crystal rhinestones.
Watercolor, colored pencil, and acrylics on 11 X 14 Bristol paper.
Original is Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 9″ X 12″ Bristol
Just a portrait of a generic tiger.
Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 9″ X 12″ Bristol Paper. 2003.
Note that he sports true retractile claws, thus his fingers look strange. The bones are bent back upon themselves, pulled by tendons that cause them to retract into the skin.
My painting for the 2014 werewolf calendar. Acrylic on 9 X 12 Illustration board. 2013
Something (or someone) has disturbed a pack of Werewolves from their grisly feast. Perhaps you will be their next victim? As seen on MTV’s “Teen Wolf” series!
11 1/4″ X 8″ acrylic paint on Bristol board
Raven, envious of the night sky, waits for stars to fall from the heavens. When they do he collects them and adorns himself with the sparkling gems so that he may be as beautiful as a night full of stars.
Watercolor, colored pencil, and white acrylic paint on 9X12 Bristol paper. 2004.
This piece is my interpretation of the divine feminine energy within the Universe. Divine feminine energy is passive, internal, emotional, intuitive, gentle and nurturing. It is the inward expression, the deep watery undercurrents of the soul and subconscious. This is the Yin energy, the Anima of the psyche and is present in everyone both male and female.
Acrylic on 9″ X 20″ Illustration Board. 2010.
This is a channeled piece in that I didn’t really know beforehand what I was doing per ce, and allowed the images, symbols, colors, etc to just simply come to me according to what energy I was trying to work with, in this case the essence of the sacred feminine. I generally leave the interpretation of a piece up to you, the viewer, but since there is so much symbolism here I will give my own brief description of what I feel the meanings are behind the symbols. The moon is a symbol associated with cycles, mystery, tides and currents, serenity, luminosity (not being a caster of light but a reflection), maternal forces, pregnancy, menstruation, and goddess energy. The moon is an obvious female symbol. The snowy owl is a symbol of a woman’s wisdom, particularly that of the wise/medicine woman or crone. It is a creature of the moon and night time, able to see where others cannot and therefore is considered a symbol of psychic and intuitive energy (i.e. “women’s intuition”) The night is a time for dreaming and being within the mystery and is a symbol of the subconscious mind. The butterflies and moths are a symbol of the softer, delicate side of women, the innocence of being a girl, and the transformation into womanhood. The woman herself is luminous like the moon behind her, her eyes filled with mystery and women’s knowing. Her crown and bindi (decoration on the third eye) represent that connection to the divine. She wears blue, a color of water, deep emotion and the color of the Earth herself, which is female. She is also silver, which is a metal associated with the moon and with psychic forces. The silver cup represents the womb and holds water, which is a female element that represents emotion, the subconscious, intuition, female fertility, transformation, purification, and healing. The lotus flower is a symbol of female reproductive organs, fertility, beauty, purity, and connection to the divine. The wolf, and especially the she wolf or alpha female is a potent symbol of female instinct or intuition and sexuality (the passions of the wolf if you will). Wolves are creatures full of secrets and mystery and are powerful symbols of the subconscious mind and ambassadors of Spirit, leading us into deeper communion with the greater unknown. Wolf packs are ruled by the alpha female who dictates who the alpha male will be and who decides where the pack will locate its den, so she is a great symbol of female power on the whole. The wolf’s necklace is a common symbol for the three phases of feminine energy, the maiden, mother, and crone represented as the moon’s phases. Galaxies and the Universe within the woman’s cloak is the birthing place of all, the very wombs of creation itself and there is no more potent symbol for the inner being and subconscious. I am sure this piece will have its own things to say to you and you are free to interpret it as you wish. These are just my own thoughts on what came through me onto the board here. Art speaks to everyone individually!
Crystal priestess of the ocean, she is sure of her power and strength.
Original is watercolor and colored pencil on 9 X 12 smooth Bristol. 2010.
A werewolf takes his newly changed companion out on her first run as a werewolf.
Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 8″ X 14″ smooth Bristol paper. 2004.
My attempt at an athro version of smilodon fatalis, aka the “sabertooth tiger”. Inspired after reading “Fatalis” by Jeff Rovin.
Watercolor and colored pencil on 9 X 12 Bristol. 2004.
An anthro lupine gryphon, a royal guard to the Empress herself. The “bird” part of this character is a mix between a red shouldered-hawk, a red-tailed hawk, and a Ferruginous hawk. The mammal part is a regular gray wolf, which shows up in the ears, eyes, and “pads” on the hands. The lower half of the body would be wolf as well.
Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 9″ X 12″ smooth Bristol paper. 2004.
Three ravens conspire together, one in his human skin. Didn’t you know ravens were shape-shifters? 😉
Acrylic on 5″ X 7″ claybord.
“I gave my love a golden feather
I gave my love a heart of stone
and when you find a golden feather
it means you’ll never lose your way back home.”
– Robbie Robertson
I was requested to a piece for The Mountain, a “tribal” wolf bust, and this is what I came up with for them. What a great design!
Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 11″ X 14″ Bristol paper. 2010.
A female snow leopard stretches out on a rock at her favorite spot, her silvery hair mingling with the spray of the waterfalls.
Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 11 X 14 Bristol. 2002.
A gryphon couple wheels and soars over pasture lands below, engaged in a romantic courtship flight.
Colored Pencils on 20″ X 35″ illustration board. 2001.
A female anthro wolf sings the song of her heart to the wind, carrying it over her wild home.
Original is an Acrylic painting on 23″ X 39″ Illustration Board. The original is sold. Painted in 2005.
Totems of the Arctic hold treasures from their home. Polar Bear holds a whale bone, Arctic Wolf holds an Ulu, Arctic Fox finishes an Inukshuk, Reindeer holds an Inuit grass bowl, Dall Sheep holds a gold nugget, and Snow Owl and Snow Goose fly overhead. The best treasures of the arctic, though, are the animals themselves!
Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 11″ X 14″ Bristol paper. 2008.
A werewolf howls his love for the moon on a clear, cold night.
Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 7″ X 11″ Bristol. 2007.
A commission I did for a lovely couple. Their reflection shows the other halves of themselves.
Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 11 X 14 Bristol paper. 2002.
This piece is my interpretation of the divine masculine energy within the Universe. Divine masculine energy is assertive, external, conscious, physical, and deals with the ego. It is the outward expression, the manifestation of events in the physical realm. This is the Yang energy, the Animus of the psyche and is present in everyone both male and female.
Acrylic on 9″ X 20″ Illustration Board. 2011.
This is a channeled piece in that I didn’t really know beforehand what I was doing per ce, and allowed the images, symbols, colors, etc to just simply come to me according to what energy I was trying to work with, in this case the essence of the sacred masculine. I generally leave the interpretation of a piece up to you, the viewer, but since there is so much symbolism here I will give my own brief description of what I feel the meanings are behind the symbols. The sun is a great symbol of radiant energy, a force both felt and seen in the physical realm. The sun’s light shines down upon the world, illuminating all, bringing light into the dark corners and bringing awareness to those places. The rainbow of light around the man’s head is a symbol of this consciousness, the sun’s light radiating forth. The eagle is spirit manifested, the higher realms entering this world much like the rays of the sun. The eagle is a sacred symbol of the bridge between the physical world and the spirit world and acts as a messenger between the two. The desert canyon of rock symbolizes the solid reality of the earth itself. The day is a time for being awake, conscious to the outside world, a time for doing and thinking rather than dreaming. In the daylight we can see clearly, our minds awake and alert to our world. The sword is a symbol of aggression, action, and strength and is both a tool and a weapon. This is also a phallic symbol, the sword thrusting into the physical realm. The sword is a symbol of doing, of taking action, and is also a symbol of authority and power. The man himself is strong and well built, capable of much physical force. His golden pectoral is of the scarab, an Egyptian symbol of the sun’s movement across the sky, and of continual rebirth. The red of his cape is the color of passion, both in love and hate, and also symbolizes royalty, fire, aggression, and sex. The red dot on his third eye symbolizes wisdom and higher understanding as well as his connection to the spiritual realm. The golden wand is a tool used to direct energies, and acts as a bridge between the inner realms and the manifested world. It is a symbol of the Mage and the directing of fiery willpower used to command the elements of the world. The wand is also a potent symbol of virility, of that masculine force of sexual nature The lion is the king of beasts, the master of his world. He is a symbol of absolute confidence, of ego and self-satisfaction. He dominates his realms masterfully with his sheer presence and nature. His roar is mighty and carries across the world, proclaiming his self-confidence and pride as the magnificent ruler that he is. The lion’s necklace is a symbol of the sun’s radiant beams shining down into the world. The flowing lava is the world at its creation, the very rawness of manifested reality. It burns hot and flows liquid, birthing the world as it moves, creating at every moment. Feminine energy is the child within the womb, while masculine energy is the moment of birth, the action of the child entering the world. Lava is a perfect metaphor for this act of creation in a very physical way. I am sure this piece will have its own things to say to you and you are free to interpret it as you wish. These are just my own thoughts on what came through me onto the board here. Art speaks to everyone individually!
A pack of werewolves socialize in the moonlight, renewing bonds that tie the pack together.
Watercolor, colored pencil, and acrylic paint on 12 1/4″ X 4″ Bristol. 2007.
A maned wolf (a South American species of canine) swears a sword oath to her goddess.
Watercolor and colored pencil on 15 1/2″ X 12 1/2″ Bristol paper. 2004.
A female wolf visits the wind tree, giving thanks to the spirits of the wind for blessing her with wings, surrounded by her gyrfalcon spirit guides.
Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 11″ X 14″ smooth Bristol paper. 2003.
A fox pair gets all cuddly. Awwww!
Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 7″ X 2″ Bristol paper. 2006.
A black anthro wolf prowls down a hill of boulders in the moonlight, his eyes shining in the darkness.
22″ X 40″ Acrylic painting on Illustration Board. 2004.
This is a piece I did for a spiritual retreat of sorts back in 2003. I wanted to represent North American animals but with representations of many spiritual, shamanic beliefs (not just Native American).
Original is Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 11 X 14 Bristol Paper. 2003.
An arctic wolf looks out over the tundra from his vantage point, waiting for signs of the caribou herd.
The original is a 23″ X 39″ acrylic painting on Illustration Board. 2002.
A full color character commission for Heartlessfang. This guy came out so nice I have decided he is the “poster boy” for my style of werewolves.
Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 9″ X 12″ smooth Bristol paper.
Old Coyote is up to no good again, and this time he has an accomplice: a roadrunner of all things! They’re plotting mischief in the Sonoran Desert of Arizona. Check your canteen…
Original is watercolor and colored pencil on 9″ X 12″ Watercolor paper. 2011.
Often the world around us feels dark and alone, and our hearts cry out for peace, love, stillness, joy. Yet we forget that we are always surrounded by light and warmth and it is already ours. We just have to reach out for it.
Watercolor, Colored Pencils, and Acrylic paint on 9″ X 12″ Bristol. 2010.
A male werewolf guards his mate possessively, daring any others to try and claim her.
Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 9″ X 12″ Bristol paper. 2003.
The mischievous coyote bags himself some bunny dinner with his trusty sling!
Watercolor and Colored Pencil
Commission for Echo of her character…Echo.
Watercolor and Colored Pencils on 9″ X 12″ smooth Bristol paper. 2003.
“I wish a falling star could cause
The world to disappear
All I want is to be all alone with you
Here” – Kip Winger
Even werewolves can be romantic and cuddly!
Acrylic painting on 12″ X 29″ Illustration Board.
A cougar prays to Spirit to help heal the Earth.
Watercolor and colored pencil with iridescent acrylic accents on 7 1/4″ X 2 1/4″ Bristol paper. 2007.
My 2011 annual piece for WOLF Sanctuary near Fort Collins, CO. We now honor Akyra who passed away in 2008. The original of this piece was auctioned off at the 2008 Walt For the Wolves, and I create bookmarks of my pieces every year for them to give away to those who support them. Akyra, sweet girl, we miss you greatly <3
Watercolor and colored pencil on 4.5″ X 12″ Bristol paper. 2011.
He is the Sun King, sovereign ruler of the sun realm.
Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 2 1/4″ X 7 1/4″ Bristol paper. 2009.
Gift art done for a friend of her two characters.
Watercolor and colored pencil on Bristol paper. 2002.
A female werewolf senses that someone, or something, has entered her territory. She perches on a stump, scenting the wind, not liking what she smells.
Original is watercolor and colored pencil on 11″ X 14″ Bristol.
A long overdue piece for my father on Father’s Day. You will always be my daddy, and I will always be your little girl ^.^ I love you always! (my dad most resembles a gorilla in appearance and attitude, so of course it had to be gorillas).
Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 9″ X 12″ Bristol Paper. 2010.
My annual 2009 piece for WOLF Sanctuary. This is the beloved Kenai. His scent rubbings and demands for scratches and luvs were something everyone had to experience at least once when visiting WOLF. He was a big boy, and alpha of his little pack of three, and he carried himself as such. King of his hill, doling out his affections as he saw fit, often loftily looking down the hill at you before gracing you with his presence, if he so chose. He passed away the winter of 2008, and he is sorely missed.
Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 4.5″ X 12″ Smooth Bristol Paper. 2009.
Combining the elements of the feminine mysteries: Moon, magic, and foxish cunning.
5.25″ X 8.75″ watercolor, colored pencil, acrylic paint, and Swarovski crystal accents on Bristol. 2008.
The eyes are the windows to the soul….
Acrylic airbrush on Illustration board. 1996.
We honor Shaman, one of the most well known and beloved wolves at the sanctuary who passed in 2010. Everyone who visited WOLF Sanctuary was always greeted by Shaman, who would demand scratches and aggressive scent-rubbings upon your person. He truly was one of the shining stars of WOLF. We all miss him greatly.
Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 4.5″ X 12″ Bristol Paper. 2010.
Blue Jays are known as mischievous little creatures, as is the fox, and I thought a combination of the two would make the perfect Jester.
10 3/4″ X 15 1/2″ Watercolor and Colored Pencil on Bristol Paper. 2005.
Just a cute little girl I did for the fun of it. Such a wonderful expression!
Watercolor and colored pencil on 9 X 12 Bristol paper. 2001.
A female Equine warrior poses as she awaits the coming storm over the prairie.
Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 9 X 12 Bristol. 2002.
This is my 2012 annual piece for WOLF Sanctuary‘s Waltz For The Wolves. This year we honor Whisper, a bright and beautiful wolf hybrid who has passed on, returned to the arms of Spirit.
Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 4.5″ X 12″ Bristol Paper. 2012.
Two badgers stop in a rocky area to inspect some tracks or other sign of what they are hunting for.
Watercolor and colored pencil on 9 X 12 Bristol paper. 2001.
A female werewolf jumps up into the branches of a fallen tree to get a better view, warned by the forest crows that something is in her woods.
Original is watercolor and colored pencil on 11″ X 14″ Bristol paper. 2009.
Originally created as a “fantasy” for a friend of mine. Who wouldn’t love an amazingly hot man who could change into a wolf? 😉
Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 11″ X 14″ smooth Bristol paper. 2002.
Created for WOLF Sanctuary of their dearly departed boy “Spirit”. It was made for their 2007 “Waltz For The Wolves” and was auctioned off to benefit the sanctuary.
Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 12″ X 4.5″ Bristol. 2007.
A bit of personal art I did for myself that says a lot.
Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 7″ X 12″ smooth Bristol. 2006.
“I am sitting on the moon, watching planet blue, hello. Looking all around, rotating without sound, where are you? Where are you? I am sitting on the moon. Where are you? I am missing, I am missing you.” “Sitting on the Moon” by – Enigma
A gray wolf holds an offering of the moon.
Original is watercolor and colored pencil on 2.4″ X 7.4″ Bristol paper. 2009.
The connection between wolves and ravens in the wild is deep and abiding. These two have been together a long time.
Pencil on 9″ X 12″ smooth Bristol paper. 2003.
He is the Lord of Ravens, a werewolf that has a special bond with his intelligent corvids, using their magic to aid him. For wherever he is there will always be food for his shadowy companions.
Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 12″ X 6″ Bristol paper. 2006.
A Mexican Gray Wolf and his raven companion.
Pencil on 9 X 12 Bristol paper. 2002.
A frost wolf of creates snow with it’s howl. The original was super sparkly with iridescent and glitter paint, Swarovski crystal rhinestones, silver snowflake appliques, and real opal.
Acrylic painting on 29″ X 14 ” Illustration Board. 2005.
Collaboration with Dark Natasha. She drew the female wolf on the right and I drew the black male on the left
Pencil on 9″ X 12″ smooth Bristol paper. 2003.
She is Wolf, keeper of the mystic pathways among the stars. The original is covered in blue interference paint, opal glitters, and Swarovski crystal rhinestones.
Acrylic on 5″ X 7″ Illustration board. 2012.
Two devoted wolf lovers enjoy a peaceful moment near a waterfall.
Pencil on 12 X 12 smooth Bristol paper. 2002.
Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 9″ X 6.2″ Mixed Media paper
I love fall, it’s my favorite season! I was playing around with the concept of fall leaves and this idea came about. Leaves and butterflies often have the same sort of colors, so wouldn’t it be neat if fall leaves and butterflies were captured in the same image? And of course you have your token anthro wolf. But then again, it wouldn’t be my art without one
Pencil and Colored Pencil on 9″ X 12″ smooth Bristol paper. 2001.
Noble guardian of the North.
Original is watercolor and colored pencil on 5 X 7 smooth Bristol paper. 2014.
A wolf of the dark of the moon. There’s something a little odd about this wolf…or is he a wolf at all?
Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 9″ X 6″ smooth Bristol. 2014.