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Leopard Lounge

by Guy Combes

“Find a sausage tree,” says Guy Combes, “and the chances are good you’ll find a leopard as well. They are ideal for leopards, with their large broad branches to sprawl out on or to place a kill for safekeeping away from lions, hyenas and jackals. Leopards have evolved incredibly strong fore and hind leg muscles specifically for climbing trees. This trait allows them to avoid fighting with other animals of prey over a kill.

“Sausage trees don’t grow in stands, so a large solitary tree provides a leopard not only with solitude but also with an expansive view of what is happening in the territory around it. Leopards will hunt from the early evening to dawn so at midday, as it was when I came across this great cat on the Maasai Mara, leopards are most likely resting. This cat was so comfortable in its perch that a group of elephants rubbing themselves on the base of the tree barely disturbed it.”

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Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 35 s/n.
32"w x 22"h.
$695

 

Also by Guy Combes


Titan I
by Guy Combes
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Titan II
by Guy Combes
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Tango
by Guy Combes
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Court and Spark

by Daniel Smith

The complex social order of the wolf pack is as nurturing and caring an environment as one will find in the wild. An alpha male and female, or breeding pair, form the nucleus of this tight knit family. As with any potential relationship, first impressions will last a lifetime.

Few species have undergone the change in public perception, thanks to conservation and education efforts, like the wolf. Dan’s involvement with the Yellowstone Wolf Recovery Project in the mid-1990s, when wolves were first being reintroduced to the Park, reinvigorated his interest in this apex predator. Court and Spark stood out as a collector favorite at the Eiteljorg Museum’s 2010 Quest for the West Art Show and Sale.

Through both his website, www.danielsmithwildlife.com and his Facebook page facebook.com/pages/Daniel-Smith-Wildlife-Art, Dan allows collectors incredible access to both his studio and himself. It’s worth going to both locations and while you are there, sign up for his newsletter as well!

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 75 s/n.
22"w x 18"h.
$595

 

Also by Daniel Smith


Gone Fishin'
by Daniel Smith
Canvas | Print


Stillwater Crossing
by Daniel Smith
Canvas | Print

Radiant Repose
by Daniel Smith
Canvas | Print



   
   

 

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