Description This painting brings attention to the ever important predator/prey relationship in Nature. As you look closely in the aspen leaves, you’ll see footprints of animals critical to the wolves survival in the West. Clockwise from bottom left, there are moose, bison, mule deer, elk, snowshoe hare, jack rabbit and bighorn sheep — all herbivores woven perfecting into the tapestry of life as are predators who keep their populations viable and in balance. Also worth special note is the wolf family group or pack. In the leaves and shadows, I’ve placed the outlines of nine wolves, including two wolf pups, throughout the image. As expressed in this painting, I’m passionate about our natural world and believe it is worthy of our thoughtful preservation. Please join me in honoring the wolf, forever the epitome of wildness.
Rebecca Richman creates works of art in the realist tradition with a subtle, impressionist style to inspire a feeling of oneness with the natural world. Influenced by her love of all life forms, Richman's images mirror the delicate relationships between people, living species and their landscape homes. Her vision of beauty is portrayed by the meticulous use of color, depth, clarity, and light. Through her art, she encourages all people to explore their own intimate relationship with Nature.