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Between A Rock and
When I read anecdotal accounts of badgers emerging from holes they have excavated through blacktopped pavement and two inch thick concrete it gave me the idea to paint her among a bunch of rocks and play up the textural contrasts between the two. I love painting the predators. German philosopher, Martin Buber, once said, ” the eyes of an animal speak great truths.” I’ve always believed that and it has always been my goal to capture that truth. The badger in the painting lives a grumpy life in Montana. That is the truth. The original painting of this American badger was selected for "The Society Of Animal Artist" Annual Exhibit and will be at the Wildlife Experience Museum outside of Denver until Nov.2014. SOLD
Kingdom Of Heaven Snow Leopard
From memories past, Laura Mark-Finberg brings, "Kingdom Of heaven" a new original acrylic painting based on her excursions in Kashmir in search of snow leopard. Image Size 24" x 36". Framed 33" x 45" : SOLD. Also available as an edition of 25 signed and numbered giclee on canvas.
“Global Warming” Young Tiger
"Global Warming" is wildlife artist Laura Mark-Finberg's original acrylic painting of a young tiger cooling off during the heat of the day. Tigers are one of many cats that love water and therefor are great swimmers.They can often be seen keeping cool during the hot periods of the day. The image size is 16" x 20".Contact for price.
A beautifully colored bird of southern and tropical wetlands, the Purple Gallinule can be see walking on top of floating vegetation or clambering through dense shrubs. Its extremely long toes help it walk on lily pads without sinking. The North American Waterbird Conservation Plan lists Purple Gallinule as a "Species of Hugh Concern" and on a steep decline in North America. This original acrylic painting ,merging realism and impressionism, captures the vibrant colors of this exquisite bird. The Image Size is 12" x 16" . Contact for price.