Posts Tagged "Black bears"

3766 – Learning to Climb

3766 – Learning to Climb Acrylic on Canvas 16 x 12 inches, Unframed One of the first skills a bear cub needs to learn is how to climb a tree. His or her survival could be dependent on getting up a tree in order to escape a predator. It’s also useful to know how to climb onto a nice high branch or into the crook of a tree for a snooze. Share and Enjoy...

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3726 Playtime in Queen Anne’s Lace

3726 Play Time in Queen Anne’s Lace Acrylic on Canvas 11 x 14 inches, unframed     Mom gets to rest while her rambunctious cubs burn off some energy play fighting. Share and Enjoy...

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3706, 07, 08, 09 – Five Black Bears in Muskoka

    3706 – Up a Tree 3707 – What you looking at? 3708 – Honest, that’s really what happened? 3709 – Don’t mess with me! Acrylic on Canvas All paintings 6 x 6 inches, Unframed   Painted and donated for an art sale in support of The Children’s Foundation of Muskoka December 12, 2015. After the tragic shooting of a mother bear in Bracebridge, I was moved to create these paintings. Black bears are indigenous to Muskoka and at times appear in town searching for food. If left alone, they will wander off. Unfortunately, a trigger-happy man shot the mother when the family of bears appeared on his property. Bear cubs...

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