Grey wolves once had the largest natural range of any mammal species, excluding Homo sapiens. They roamed every habitat of the Northern Hemisphere, except for deserts and the tropics.The grey wolf has not been in the mountains of southern California for many years but with a little artistic license and creativity, I brought this magnificent creature momentarily back, crossing ‘Mill Creek’ - a local creek in the San Bernardino Mountains. This image was the featured print at the San Bernardino County Museum Wildlife Art Show in 1997.
"Winter Crossing" - Wolf
- Original; Gouache on Watercolor Board - Sold
Print Medium; Lithographic Print
Edition Size; 650 (plus 65 AP’s)
Image Size; 12" x 24"