Original watercolor 36x42"professionally matted and framed with archival materials and non-glare UV protective glass.

 

Please Note, shipping after July 4th:

This piece is being shown at the Mutualism exhibit at the Biscayne Bay National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center from April 13rd to July 4th. It will ship the week of July 4th.

 

This piece is being shown at the Mutualism exhibit at the Biscayne Bay National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center from April 13rd to June 4th. It will be delivered the week of June 13.

 

About the painting:

Started in 2020 and finished 2021Panthers are an umbrella species, sharing their ranging habitat with many Florida critters.Florida panthers currently live almost exclusively south of Lake Okeechobee, especially Big Cypress. Conservationists hope they will move north to utilize territory in the rest of the Florida wildlife corridor for now though, their most immediate threats are habitat loss south of lake O. Their continued survival likely depends on cities and counties resisting the urge to allow housing and “development” in panther habitat. South Florida Wildlands association does a good job of addressing this threat on that level and their work was the inspiration for this piece!

Florida Panther in Big Cypress, framed original watercolor

$15,000.00Price
  • Height: 36" Width: 42" Depth: .5"