Project Description

Mumma Bear

PART OF MY COLOURED PENCIL WILDLIFE COLLECTION

CONSERVATION STATUS: STABLE
Original Drawing: Coloured pencil on watercolour paper 300 x 300 mm 

(Framed 515 x 515mm)

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Limited Edition Prints 

Small 305 x 305 mm | sent flat

Hahnemuhle Photorag – 308gsm | Limited run of 50

£40.00 – email to order


Large 500 x 500 mm | sent rolled

Hahnemuhle Photorag – 308gsm | Limited run of 50

£75.00 – email to order


Shipping £6.00 UK | Worldwide shipping available 

About this drawing

I wanted to capture the relatable feeling of family bonds with piece, something that we share with many animals species, caring for and raising our young. I loved the photograph used as the reference by Giedrius Stakauskas; the cubs look a little cheeky and mischievous. The fur on the mother bear is a mixture of soft long fur and shorter wet fur which has clumped together, it was really interesting to create these varied textures with the rich tones of the brown bear.

About the Brown Bear

While brown bear population numbers are currently stable around 110,000, they are considered a high priority in conservation. Given their dependence on large natural areas, brown bears are important management indicators for a number of other wildlife species. Brown bears also play important roles as predators who keep other animal populations in check. Additionally, they act as seed dispersers, helping to sustain their own environment.

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