If you have a taste for wilderness of nature, this type of art will most certainly suit you! Take a look at my wild paintings (pun intended).
“To the Ashes” series
I am constantly developing new wildlife paintings and other art. Right now I’m working on a project called “To the Ashes”. Initially I imagined it as a mini-series of miniature oil paintings, 5-11 pieces, but eventually it evolved into something bigger. Each painting will be portraying one of the endangered wild animals. First in this series is “Sumatra”, the sumatran tiger miniature, oil on canvas panel.
Sumatran tigers are one of the most beautiful tiger subspecies that inhabits Indonesian island of Sumatra. They are listed critically endangered. In 2008 the population was estimated at 441 to 679 individuals, with no subpopulation larger than 50 individuals and a declining trend. Sumatran tigers are the only surviving subspecies of the “Sundra Island” group. The Javan and Bali tigers are already extinct.
Will we allow those animal species to disappear? Will they become only our distant memories? Will the only sumatrans and other endangered animals adorn only our walls, instead of forests, steppes and mountains?
Will they go To the Ashes?
All paintings will be for SALE, once finished! Since the series is in their very start, I haven’t yet contacted the organizations, but the buyer will be able to pay 15 % of each painting’s price to the relevant endangered species organization. If you are connected to a such organization or know of one in need of help, please contact me!
Subject: Tiger, “Sumatra – To the Ashes”, oil on canvas panel
Medium: Oil Painting on canvas panel
Size: 23.5 x 18 cm (9.3 x 7.1 in)
Year Painted: 2015
Other Wildlife Art
Subject: Tiger, “Watching You” oil on stretched canvas painting
Medium: Oil Painting
Size: 60 x 40 cm (23.6 x 15.7 in)
Year Painted: 2013