African Painted Dog on the road in Botswana between Moremi & Savuti - Painting - Nature Art by Chris McClelland

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Tracks of Destiny - African Painted Dog on the road in Botswana between Moremi & Savuti by Chris McClelland
  Tracks of Destiny  (1996)
Subject: African Painted Dog on the road in Botswana between Moremi & Savuti
Dimensions (centimeters): 31 x 38
Medium: Gouache and graphite pencil
Description: Travelling as a family we saw the six dogs of the New Kwai pack playing on the road between Moremi & Savuti, Botswana. The dogs are painted in gouache with background and surrounds in pencil. We have been donating 10% of sales to the Painted Dog Research in Zimbabwe. We have visited this project a number of times of the last ten years. This drawing took Chris 200 hours to draw. The image was cropped to scan the drawing.
Original Available For Sale: No

Limited Edition Available: Yes
Details: We kept this print as an open edition so that we can go into a re- print to give more funds to the Dogs. The print is signed only but a history of Chris goes with each print.
Edition Size: 750
Price: $200.00 US

Conservation Committment: 10% (Artist commits to donating the indicated portion of proceeds to conservation)
This artwork is dedicated to: Painted Dog Conservation Organisation  


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