Africa Paintings

Buddy

Buddy

acrylic on canvas 20 x 24 unframed gallery wrap Sold The chimpanzee is one of our most recognized and favorite species of monkey. Whether it be a circus, zoo, movie, TV commercial, space or science project, they have been an integral part of our world for hundreds of...

Mwamba II

Mwamba II

acrylic on canvas, sold giclees available In the private collection of Dr. Starner Jones, Memphis, TN 30 x 40 gallery wrap

Jungle Baby

Jungle Baby

acrylic on canvas 30 x 30 gallery wrap sold In the private collection of Beth & Jeff Elzemeyer, Scottsdale, AZ

Tumai

Tumai

acrylic on canvas 30 x 24 unframed gallery wrap sold Tumai is a silverback gorilla that lives in our Memphis zoo. He will sit for hours just looking out over the crowds of people who are trying to get a good look at him and the other gorillas that live on his...

Simba

Simba

acrylic on canvas 24 x 30 gallery wrap sold

Night Watcher

Night Watcher

acrylic on canvas gallery wrap sold In the private collection of Dale and Al Ross, Cordova, TN

Ndembo

Ndembo

oil on canvas 16 x 20 (unframed) 26 x 30 (framed) Africa, where else can one see this massive, powerful creature full of impressive grace and intelligence. As large as his is, the male elephant will still spread his ears to make himself appear even larger to any...

Lion King

Lion King

oil on canvas 24 x 36 unframed gallery wrap Sold Unlike tigers, lions have a distinct cosmetic difference between the male and female, as why the male gets painted more often. There is also a big difference in the physical condition and appearance of a lion that has...

Leopold

Leopold

acrylic on canvas 20 x 24 unframed gallery wrap Sold Painting exotic wildlife is still one of my passions. Their powerful, muscular bodies, elegant coats and dramatic faces are without a doubt what attract painters and photographers to all corners of the world. The...

Wild African Dogs

Wild African Dogs

One of my favorite days was following a family of wild African Dogs. I could have spent a week just studying and photographing these unique and beautiful dogs.. The BBC was staying at Vundu Camp, the same place we were. They videoed for months this incredible pack...