Susan Maxwell Schmidt
Digital Art - Digital Painting
A digital art painting of a pair of zebra, one resting his head on the other's back, in a pop art style painted in dark brown, gray with slightly green tones, beige also with slightly green tones, and orange. Indigenous to Africa, zebra are found mostly in grasslands and on savannahs. All zebra are threatened as a species to some extent, mostly due to hunting and changing habitat. Zebras have a long history in artwork, they even appear in cave art dating back over 20,000 years, and are considered a totem animal in some cultures. Despite popular opinion being that the zebra's stripes protect them from becoming prey to such predators as lions, the most commonly accepted scientific theory is that they protect them from biting flies. Zebras actually communicate with each other using their body's position, facial expressions and even vocally. Makes me wonder what "LION!" sounds like in zebra. While we ponder that one, please visit my The Zoo art gallery to see more of my wildlife artwork.
FAA's "The Great Puzzle Designs Group" Photo of the Day
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June 1st, 2021
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