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"Painted Wolves" The Wild Dogs of Africa living in the Southern Zambezi Basin, Zimbabwe. Oil on Italian Canvas 20" x 16" By Steve Thorley 2018
"The Bear Necessities".A Black Bear and her cub in their Alaskan wilderness home. Oil on Italian Canvas 50cm x 70cm By Steve Thorley 2020
"After the Monsoon" A Bengal Tiger relaxes in the post monsoon season whilst staying vigilant of intruders into his territory. Oil on Italian Canvas 50cm x 70cm By Steve Thorley 2020
"Patagonian Puma".With the cathedral like spires of the Southern Andes dominating the landscape of the Chilean side of Patagonia a solitary Puma explores a ridge of alpine flowers and grasses. Oil on Italian Canvas 50cm x 70cm. By Steve Thorley 2020
"Simply Red" A red squirrel whose numbers are on the increase throughout England and Wales due to the migration south of the Pine Marten who hunt the alien grey squirrel which carries a pox, deadly to the red. Oil on Italian canvas 12" x 9"
"The Ghost of the Glen". A Mountain Hare (Lepus Timidus) in full winter coat in the highlands of Scotland 12" x 9" Oil on Italian Canvas by Steve Thorley
"The Dark Invader" A Black Panther in the rain forests of Myanmar (Burma). Oil on Italian Canvas 70cm X 50cmil.
"Call of the Wild". A Grey Wolf 'making the call' with Mount McKinley as the backdrop. A howl of a Grey Wolf is a way of communication over considerable distances for these very social animals. It can indicate many factors such as location, predator warnings and prey positions plus many more reasons than those we know. Oil on Italian Canvas 70cm x 50cm
"Holt! Who goes there!" A portrait of a European Otter. Oil on Italian Canvas by Steve Thorley
"The Panda's Patch"
"The Pride of the Park" A Red Deer Stag in Lyme Park, Cheshire.
The Little Owl - Athene noctua Was introduced to U.K. in 1874. They are spread throughout Europe and in fact are a sacred bird in Greece.. It is the smallest owl to be found in Britain weighing 1/3 of a Tawny Owl. They tend to keep to their own territory and mate for life. They live mostly off insects and small rodents. They can live up to 15 years but generally 5 years is the normal lifespan.
" A winters Jay"
"Just Hangin' Around" A three toed, brown throated Sloth in the Amazon rainforest of Brazil. Oil on Canvas 20" x 16" By Steve Thorley
'The Night Stalker'
'The Lone Ranger' ' A Snow Leopard prowls the desolation of the Hindu Kush, Western Himalaya. Oil on Canvas. 20" x 16" By Steve Thorley 2017
'And the Thunder Bolts' A Springbok tries to make it's getaway in the Kruger National Park. Oil on Canvas. 20" x 16" By Steve Thorley 2017
'The Lightning Strikes' A Cheetah prepares to bring down it's prey in the Kruger National Park. Oil on Canvas. 20" x 16" by Steve Thorley 2014
'Malkia wa Mara' (Queen of the Mara). A Lioness stands alert on the plains of the Masai Mara, Kenya. Oil on Canvas 20" x 16" By Steve Thorley 2017
'Amongst the Acacias' A Rothschilds Giraffe in Murchison Falls National Park, Uganda. Oil on Canvas 20" x 16" By Steve Thorley 2017
'The Wind of Change'. A Grizzly Bear looks out over his Alaskan wilderness sensing the oncoming winter. Oil on canvas 20" x 16 By Steve Thorley 2017"
'The Bushman's Clock' Kookaburras in the Dandenong Ranges of Victoria, Australia. 20" × 16" Oil on canvas By Steve Thorley 2017
'An Enchanted Moment'
"Winter from the riverbank" A Kingfisher waits patiently for the time to strike. Oil on Canvas 12" x 9" By Steve Thorley 2018.
"The Pine Marten" Recently only found in Scotland but increased numbers have seen a migration south to England and Wales restricting the population of the alien Grey Squirrel whilst Red Squirrel numbers are on the rise. Oil on Italian Canvas 12" x 9" By Steve Thorley 2018