Medicine for the Forest, Limited Edition Print
This painting was exhibited in the David Shepherd Wildlife Artist of the Year 2013 exhibition at the Mall Gallery in London. It is part of the Rhinotopia painting series.
Medicine is meant to show that the rhino is necessary for a healthy ecosystem. In this painting, a white rhino is transporting a sapling into a dead part of a forest. The tiny tree, complete with roots encased in just enough soil, got lifted off the forest floor while the rhino was rooting the ground with his horns.
One size available on paper: 7x5 inches
Edition size for 7x5: 100
Prints and mats are sized to fit standard frames (i.e. 5x7, 8x10).
Frames are not included as they are for display purposes only.
Prints will be shipped flat.
Each print is signed and numbered by the artist. These are printed on Fuji Crystal Archive professional-grade paper with a matte finish.
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Wild at Art
Wildlife art is a language of love, hope, and determination.
I painted my first rhino in 1999. There is no stopping me.