'Red Wolf', 2016 Limited Edition 50 Signed and Numbered Prints for WCC.  £55

'Red Wolf', 2016 Limited Edition 50 Signed and Numbered Prints for WCC. £55

EDITION:

50 limited edition signed and numbered archival pigment prints beautifully reproduced from Jane's original red Biro drawing 'Red Wolf'

PRICE: £55 + shipping
SIZE: 30 x 42cm
STATUS: AVAILABLE TO ORDER

All profits from each print sold go directly to the Wolf Conservation Center, New York

Please contact jane@janeleemccracken.co.uk for further information or to place an order.



FUTHER INFORMATION ABOUT SYMBOLISM:
Beautiful, adaptable and rare the elusive Red wolf was once common to the eastern United States where it roamed for thousands of years. Now critically endangered, the wild population is less than 45 individuals inhabiting northeastern North Carolina, while a captive breeding program includes 200 wolves. Jane’s red Biro (ballpoint pen) drawing entitled ‘Red Wolf’ captures the beauty and fragility of this enigmatic creature whose wide-ranging habitat once included swampland. With kind permission of the Wolf Conservation Center, Jane used images of WCC’s Red wolf pack as inspiration for her drawing. She asked Executive Director Maggie Howell and Curator Rebecca Bose what their own personal favourite qualities of the Red wolf were, and they both agreed “a strong sense of family”. Therefore ‘Red Wolf’ celebrates the three stages of a wolf’s life from pup to juvenile through to adulthood. While an adult Red Wolf treads quietly across a page of history, through a forest of Cypress trees covered in Spanish moss like lacework through its fur, its young pup waits in the den. A Whitetail fawn drinking from a forest pool suggests the tranquillity of nature. Sibling juvenile Red wolves tentatively emerge from the forest, inquisitively exploring the world around them while the adult watches over them. For further information about the Wolf Conservation Center please visit:

www.nywolf.org
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'Red Wolf', 2016 Limited Edition 50 Signed and Numbered Prints for WCC.  £55

'Red Wolf', 2016 Limited Edition 50 Signed and Numbered Prints for WCC. £55

EDITION:

50 limited edition signed and numbered archival pigment prints beautifully reproduced from Jane's original red Biro drawing 'Red Wolf'

PRICE: £55 + shipping
SIZE: 30 x 42cm
STATUS: AVAILABLE TO ORDER

All profits from each print sold go directly to the Wolf Conservation Center, New York

Please contact jane@janeleemccracken.co.uk for further information or to place an order.



FUTHER INFORMATION ABOUT SYMBOLISM:
Beautiful, adaptable and rare the elusive Red wolf was once common to the eastern United States where it roamed for thousands of years. Now critically endangered, the wild population is less than 45 individuals inhabiting northeastern North Carolina, while a captive breeding program includes 200 wolves. Jane’s red Biro (ballpoint pen) drawing entitled ‘Red Wolf’ captures the beauty and fragility of this enigmatic creature whose wide-ranging habitat once included swampland. With kind permission of the Wolf Conservation Center, Jane used images of WCC’s Red wolf pack as inspiration for her drawing. She asked Executive Director Maggie Howell and Curator Rebecca Bose what their own personal favourite qualities of the Red wolf were, and they both agreed “a strong sense of family”. Therefore ‘Red Wolf’ celebrates the three stages of a wolf’s life from pup to juvenile through to adulthood. While an adult Red Wolf treads quietly across a page of history, through a forest of Cypress trees covered in Spanish moss like lacework through its fur, its young pup waits in the den. A Whitetail fawn drinking from a forest pool suggests the tranquillity of nature. Sibling juvenile Red wolves tentatively emerge from the forest, inquisitively exploring the world around them while the adult watches over them. For further information about the Wolf Conservation Center please visit:

www.nywolf.org
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