In our Hands

Animals are looking to us to make the right choices today to secure their place in the world for generations to come. -Sir David Attenborough

The choice is in your hands.

For this collection, 30% of the sale price will be donated to the World Wildlife Fund.

Tiger

Across their range, tigers face unrelenting pressures from poaching, retaliatory killings, and habitat loss. They are forced to compete for space with dense and often growing human populations.

Original Mixed Media on Canvas
24X36 $800
Limited Edition Print
24X36 $375

Orangutan

The habitats of Asia’s only great apes are fast disappearing under the chainsaw to make way for oil palm plantations and other agricultural plantations. Illegal logging inside protected areas and unsustainable logging in concessions where orangutans live remains a major threat to their survival.

Original Mixed Media on Canvas
24X36 $800
Limited Edition Print
24X36 $375

Panda

One the main reasons that panda populations have declined is habitat destruction. As the human population in China continues to grow, pandas’ habitat gets taken over by development, pushing them into smaller and less livable areas.

Original Mixed Media on Canvas
40X30 $1200
Limited Edition Print
36X24 $475

Owl

They are threatened by loss of habitat and logging, climate change and competition with increasing barred owl populations.

Original Mixed Media on Canvas

40X30 $1200
Limited Edition Print
36X24 $475

Koala

The koala, one of the world’s most recognizable animals, is now an endangered species. Officials say the marsupials, which are native only to Australia, have had a change in status due to droughts, floods, wildfires and habitat loss.

Original Mixed Media on Canvas
24X36 $800
Limited Edition Print
24X36 $375

Yak

The main cause of decline is hunting by humans. Also, habitat disturbance, hybridization, and competition with domestic yaks pose a threat to the species. The remaining wild yak population is legally protected, but according to the Tibet Forest Bureau, this is difficult to enforce in some mountainous regions.

Original Mixed Media on Canvas
40X30 $1200
Limited Edition Print
36X24 $475

Cow

A cow has 32 teeth. A cow will chew about 50 times in a minute, making their jaws move about 40,000 times a day. The main stomach of a cow, the rumen, holds up to 50 gallons of food that has been partially digested. Referred to as cud, a cow will chew for up to eight hours a day.

Original Mixed Media on Canvas
36X24 $800
Limited Edition Print
36X24 $475

Bison

Bison are North America’s largest land animals. Mature bulls weigh up to 2,000 pounds and mature cows as much as 1,000 pounds. 2) A bison stands 6 – 6.5 feet tall and 10 – 12.5 feet long. 3) A bison’s hump is composed of muscle, supported by long vertebrae.

Original Mixed Media on Canvas
24X36 $800
Limited Edition Print
24X36 $375

FOX

Foxes are members of the dog family. A female fox is called a “vixen”, a male fox is called a “dog fox” or a “tod” and baby foxes are called “pups”, “kits” or “cubs”. A group of foxes is called a “skulk” or a “leash”. Foxes are the only type of dog capable of retracting their claws like cats do.

Original Mixed Media on Canvas
24X36 $800
Limited Edition Print
24X36 $375

Goat

They are one of the cleanliest animals and are much more selective feeders than cows, sheep, pigs, swine and even dogs. Goats are very intelligent and curious animals. Their inquisitive nature is exemplified in their constant desire to explore and investigate anything unfamiliar which they come across.

Original Mixed Media on Canvas
24X36 $800
Limited Edition Print
24X36 $375

Lynx

The lynx is a solitary cat that haunts the remote northern forests of North America, Europe, and Asia. Lynx are covered with beautiful thick fur that keeps them warm during frigid winters. Their large paws are also furry and hit the ground with a spreading toe motion that makes them function as natural snowshoes.

Original Mixed Media on Canvas
24X36 $800
Limited Edition Print
24X36 $375

PiG

Pigs are one of the smartest animals on the planet. Their intelligence ranks higher than dogs and even some primates! In their natural state, Pigs are very clean animals. They keep their toilets far from their living or feeding area.

Original Mixed Media on Canvas
40X30 $1200
Limited Edition Print
24X36 $475

Sheep

Contrary to popular belief, sheep are extremely intelligent animals capable of problem solving. They are considered to have a similar IQ level to cattle and are nearly as clever as pigs. Like various other species including humans, sheep make different vocalisations to communicate different emotions.

Original Mixed Media on Canvas
40X30 $1200
Limited Edition Print
36X24 $475

Rooster

Roosters are reared in the backyards and the farms where the conditions are suitable for their survival. An ideal habitat for rearing roosters is a large space with small size flocks and a lot of herbs, grasses, and plants because these birds feed on a variety of plants and seeds for proper nutrition and growth

Original Mixed Media on Canvas
24X36 $800
Limited Edition Print
24X36 $375

Pigeon

The pigeon can recognize all 26 letters of the English language as well as being able to conceptualize. In scientific tests pigeons have been found to be able to differentiate between photographs and even differentiate between two different human beings in a photograph when rewarded with food for doing so.

Original Mixed Media on Canvas
36X24 $800
Limited Edition Print
36X24 $475

Monkey

More than half the world’s primates, including apes, lemurs and monkeys, are facing extinction. The main threats are well-known which include habitat loss especially the clearing of tropical forests, and the hunting of primates for food and the illegal wildlife trade.

Original Mixed Media on Canvas
40X30 $1200
Limited Edition Print
36X24 $475

Rhinocerous

Trade in rhino horn and increased poaching due to poverty. Today, black rhinos remain critically endangered because of rising demand for rhino horn, from some Asian consumers, particularly in Vietnam and China, who use them in folk remedies.

Original Mixed Media on Canvas
40X30 $1200
Limited Edition Print
36X24 $475

Donkey

According to a study by The Donkey Sanctuary, the global population of donkeys is expected to fall by over 50% within the next five years. If current trends persist, donkeys could be extinct within 15 years.

Original Mixed Media on Canvas
24X36 $800
Limited Edition Print
24X36 $375

bull

Bulls are much more muscular than cows, with thicker bones, larger feet, a very muscular neck, and a large, bony head with protective ridges over the eyes. These features assist bulls in fighting for domination over a herd, giving the winner superior access to cows for reproduction.

Original Mixed Media on Canvas
24X36 $800
Limited Edition Print
24X36 $375

Contact me today to purchase the original mixed media piece or a limited edition print.

Shapingthecrazy@icloud.com

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