"Conrad, Puma Con-colour" SOLD 40" x30" oil on Linen $4700 "The mountain lion (Puma concolor) is also known as the cougar, puma, panther, and catamount, and is the largest wildcat in North America. Mountain lions have powerful limbs and can leap as high as 15 feet and as far as 40 feet". Thsi is Conrad he resides at Lions Tigers and Bears in San Diego.
Congas Colors Oil on Canvas 30" x 24" Conga one of my favorite models from LTB. "Compared to other members of Felidae, the leopard has relatively short legs and a long body with a large skull. It is similar in appearance to the jaguar, but has a smaller, lighter physique. Its fur is marked with rosettes similar to those of the jaguar, but the leopard's rosettes are smaller and more densely packed, and do not usually have central spots as the jaguar's do. Both leopards and jaguars that are melanistic are known as black panthers. The leopard is distinguished by its well-camouflaged fur, opportunistic hunting behaviour, broad diet, and strength (which it uses to move heavy carcasses into trees), as well as its ability to adapt to various habitats ranging from rainforest to steppe, including arid and montane areas, and its ability to run at speeds of up to 58 kilometres per hour (36 mph)."
Cherry Bomb 16" x 20" Oil on Canvas SOLD Cherry Bomb is a Alaskan Silver tip Grizzly. Albert her brother and Cherry Bomb were rescued from a life of uncertainty and not such good circumstances. When they were cubs they were kept as cub petting props. They were auctioned off after a short time and Cherry Bomb was declawed. They were moved quite often to zoo's etc. Lions Tigers and Bears were asked to home them and they did. Both now live together happily in their forever home.
" Sciuridae Family Member" Oil on Canvas 18" x 24" In general, the hind limbs of a squirrel are longer than the fore limbs, and they have four or five toes on each paw. "Their paws include an often poorly developed thumb, and have soft pads on the undersides. Unlike most mammals, Tree squirrels can descend a tree head-first. They do so by rotating their ankles 180 degrees so the hind paws are backward-pointing and can grip the tree bark".
18" x 24" Oil on canvas Once again using reference from the vast amount of photographs I've taken at Lion Tigers and Bears. This is Suri a female lioness that resides there. Suri came to Lions Tigers and Bears along with her sister Jillian and brother Bakari at the age of 4 weeks. Due to overcrowding in a big cat sanctuary in Louisiana LTB was contacted and asked to take the three cubs.
"She'll be coming around the Corner" is a 30" x 30" oil on canvas Suri, the subject of this painting, is one of the lioness's that resides at Lions Tigers and Bears. Suri and her sister and brother were brought to LTB when they were 4 weeks old. They came from a big cat sancutary in Louisiana which was over crowded.
The Passing 22" x 30" Oil on Linen This lion, Bakari resides at Lion Tigers and Bears in San Diego a long with his 2 sisters. They arrived at LTB when they were 4 weeks old from an over crowded Big cat sancturary in Louisiana. The painting was inspired by the passing of a friend. His wife is a dear friend of mine.
Young RJ Bobcat oil on canvas 11x 14 SOLD Inspiration: This young bobcat was picked up at the side of the road by someone who thought he was a lost kitten. Perhaps he was lost but he was not a domestic cat. RJ as he is called lives happily at Lion Tigers and Bears . A n animal sanctuary in San Diego. Louis Tiencuff Award, Wild life in Art
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