"In The Open"
oil on linen
This Autumn my wife and I visited Grand Teton National Park. I have always loved animals so it was really exciting to get to see them on a daily basis. While on a morning drive I came across this buck grazing in the field. I watched him from the roadside for about fifteen minutes. Suddenly a group of about 8 pronghorn came scurrying across the road from behind me. The buck was startled and took off through the field bounding along the way. It was a fascinating site watching him hop up and down effortlessly. He retreated off into the prairie about 30 yards. Halfway into the field I noticed he had stirred up another group of bucks hiding in the brush. They all huddled together in a row looking out accross the field. Buck after buck I was amazed to see 10 different ones all about the same size.
I look forward to painting more studies for some larger wildlife paintings I will compose in the near future. I will be making these studies available for sale at Daily Paintworks. You can visit my gallery to check out my works at: http://www.dailypaintworks.com/buy/auction/92556
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