One to One Study – Grey wolf, (1991)
Signed and Numbered Limited Edition of 1950, Offset on Paper
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Image Size 9 3/8″ x 11¾”
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Located in Duxbury MA
It can take years for an idea for a painting to ripen in my mind. In the meantime, I make detailed pencil drawings of the subject, trying to capture the real character of the animals I plan to paint.
I wanted to portray a quiet, peaceful scene of a wolf pack at rest, giving a feeling of being part of it myself. After I finished the drawing, I got the idea to leave two of the wolves out and do a painting of one lonely wolf, which would give the painting a completely different dimension. The expression of the wolf in the front of my drawing somewhat resembled that of a domestic dog, and that was exactly what I wanted to portray in my future wolf painting.
When wolves leave a pack, for one reason or another, they can be seen alone for a period of time before they form another pack.