Canada Lynx in Repose on a Moonlit Winter Night
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The Canada Lynx hunts around twilight hours and at night, when snowshoe hares of the boreal forest are most active. They travel on specific trails or wait in ambush beds for prey. They are not always successful when hunting and need rest after vigorous exertion, like this winter Lynx during a moonlit night.
The winter coat of this Lynx creates interesting streaming textures and deep pockets within the fur to explore. A thick silvery grey brown colour coats the fur with white tipped edges conveying a frosted icicle appearance. This differs from the thinner yellowish‑grey or rusty reddish‑brown coat of summer.
|Technique:||Acrylics on Masonite Board|
|Edition:||Original, one of a kind artwork|
|Framed Size:||22in x 17in|
|Unframed Size:||20in x 15in|
A Thornbury artist whose original art reflects the many experiences in the natural world found in the Canadian landscape with its diverse wildlife. Working within a number of mediums, he primarily paints with acrylics and oils on Masonite board using a realistic style to interpret those experiences in art.