'Sweet', Grey Wolves,  2013 Black Biro Drawing

'Sweet', Grey Wolves, 2013 Black Biro Drawing

Original black Biro drawing ‘Sweet'. This is the first drawing of her ‘Grey Wolves’ diptych and one of eight drawings from her iconic print and china series ‘In Homage to the Last Great Carnivores of Eurasia'. It highlights threatened and endangered carnivores across the Eurasian continent. ‘Sweet’ is inspired by her dog and muse Lily and explores the close family relationships shared by wolves, through a tale of love and loyalty between a white wolf and its black mate. Jane's meticulous drawings take several months to research and make.

50cm x 50cm archival prints from this series are available in SHOP






FURTHER INFORMATION ABOUT SYMBOLISM
‘Sweet’ was originally inspired during a trip to Romania, where Jane encountered storks for the first time. Their colouring reminded her of her Northern Inuit dog Lily. Drawing a hybrid creation of a wolf with stork wings suggests heavenly innocence as opposed to the darkness of the second drawing of the 'Wolves' Diptych 'Revenge'.
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'Sweet', Grey Wolves,  2013 Black Biro Drawing

'Sweet', Grey Wolves, 2013 Black Biro Drawing

Original black Biro drawing ‘Sweet'. This is the first drawing of her ‘Grey Wolves’ diptych and one of eight drawings from her iconic print and china series ‘In Homage to the Last Great Carnivores of Eurasia'. It highlights threatened and endangered carnivores across the Eurasian continent. ‘Sweet’ is inspired by her dog and muse Lily and explores the close family relationships shared by wolves, through a tale of love and loyalty between a white wolf and its black mate. Jane's meticulous drawings take several months to research and make.

50cm x 50cm archival prints from this series are available in SHOP






FURTHER INFORMATION ABOUT SYMBOLISM
‘Sweet’ was originally inspired during a trip to Romania, where Jane encountered storks for the first time. Their colouring reminded her of her Northern Inuit dog Lily. Drawing a hybrid creation of a wolf with stork wings suggests heavenly innocence as opposed to the darkness of the second drawing of the 'Wolves' Diptych 'Revenge'.
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Date:
Location:
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