Tigers

Dos Tigres

Dos Tigres

oil on canvas 24 x 30 (unframed) 36 x 42 (framed) We have a wonderful zoo here in the Memphis area and many of the subjects I paint come from there. As this pair were sunning themselves, one looked straight at me through the camera lens. My feelings about this...

Benji

Benji

acrylic on canvas 30 x 30 unframed gallery wrap sold This tiger painting was a commission for Sanda Smith from Aloha, Oregon. Sanda, while on business in Memphis, saw one of my tigers, but decided she needed something a little smaller. Not knowing what Sanda wanted to...

Freshman Class

Freshman Class

acrylic on canvas 36 x 36 gallery wrap In the private collection of Phyllis and Michael Herschlag Oceanside, NY

Memphis

Memphis

acrylic on masonite 16 x 20 (unframed) 26 x 30 (framed) sold

No Where to Run

No Where to Run

acrylic 24 x 36 gallery wrap, painting available giclees available

Eye of the Tiger

Eye of the Tiger

acrylic on canvas 30 x 30 unframed gallery wrap Sold This tiger is still one of my favorite paintings and is in the private collectin of Beth and Jeff Elzmeyer of Memphis, TN. It is hard to invision that this sweet looking face can become a meat-eating predator in...

Big Cat Rescue

Big Cat Rescue

30 x 30, acrylic on canvas, sold Giclee’s available

Shardul

Shardul

acrylic on canvas 36 x 36 unframed gallery wrap sold Painting tigers with their beautiful fur, sleek bodies, and exotic eyes make them one of my favorite subjects. The name "Shardul" is Indian for tiger and this particular tiger is a Bengal. Aside from the Bengal...

Raji

Raji

acrylic on canvas 24 x 36 unframed gallery wrap sold In the private collection of Dr. Frank and Susie Splann Dallas, Texas This youthful male tiger was another image I could tell would make a good painting. I gave Raja a real push with intense color and used a darker...

Predator

Predator

acrylic on canvas 30 x 40 unframed gallery wrap sold I am always drawn to the sleek, beautiful movements of tigers. Of all the wild animals, I've probably painted them the most. This tiger was just getting up from the shade to slowly sneak towards his prey, and I...