This red fox painting features pigments I collected in the Ozarks of northwest Arkansas. After grinding the rocks (and in this case, charred wood) to create a pigment, I combined it with a binder to make my handmade watercolor paints. The colors in this painting are all light-fast. My paints are called “Paleo Paints” because I make them in the nearly the same way they were made when cave men (or women!) were painting on the walls 😀
Photographer’s credit: I used a reference pic by Terry Stanfill, with permission.
To View “Little Rascal” in Real Life
I’ll be happy to make an appointment to bring it out anywhere in northwest Arkansas. Just email me at email@example.com. Keep an eye on my Exhibits page to see if it’s on display anywhere close to you.
- Size is 5″ x 7″, with frame, old barn wood (outer diameter) 13″ x 15″ x 1″, pigments mounted on frame
- cold press watercolor paper
Collectible Earthy Paintings
My watercolor works always feature handmade watercolors. By using only my Wild Ozark Paleo Paints, my palette is limited to the colors of nature. My paintings will always be earthy and natural. No matter what the subject or style, as with this red fox painting, you will instantly recognize it as my work.