Michelle Sarantopulos – Fragile Balance, The American West

£645

Dimensions:
61×46 (cm)

Location:
USA/Arizona

Delivery:
Please note that in addition to delivery/postage and packing costs, the buyer may also incur import/export costs for international deliveries outside of their country of residence.

Additional Information:
Unframed. Fluid acrylics and graphite on canvas

Unavailable to Purchase

Description

About the piece:
An estimated 30-60 million bison roamed North America, mostly on the great plains. Today the number of bison in the US is about 500,000. By the 1950s, wolves were virtually eradicated from the lower 48 states. The grey wolf was among the first species protected under the Endangered Species Act after it was passed in 1973. Fortunately, today you can experience these remarkable animals wandering freely in Yellowstone National Park. The conservation of these animals is still a fragile balance with the continued effort to maintain their preservation in Yellowstone and other areas in the US.

At least 50% of the proceeds from this sale will support the charitable work of David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation (DSWF) and our ground-based conservation partners across Africa and Asia.

Additional information

Dimensions 61 × 46 cm
Medium

Painting

Species

Other Wildlife

Subject

Wildlife