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Saturday, February 1, 2014

Gray (Timber) Wolf Painting in pastel SOLD!

After doing a few more touch ups this morning, I finally call this painting done! I haven't created a large painting of this size for a while because they take so much time to complete. Although, some of you might remember I did start this piece early last year, I had to put it aside to concentrate on more pressing work. One of my New Year's resolution was to finish this piece before starting any new paintings.

I hope you enjoyed watching it progress, albeit, rather slowly, I admit. I hope I haven't bored any of you with my many updates as I felt at times it would never progress to the final stage!

So here is my first painting of 2014!

Grey Timber Wolf Painting in Pastel by Canadian Wildlife Artist Colette Theriault
"Proceed With Caution"
(Grey Wolf)
16" x 26"
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Carol Blackburn said...


Carole Rodrigue said...

Fantastic painting Colette! The title is great too! :-)

Colette Theriault said...

Thank you so much ladies!!

marc calvo said...

Finally Colette,you finished this fabulous wolf portrait with this fine detailed fur,accompanied with a little of environment.Great picture!.

john said...

Job well done. What else would I expect to see from you? Your art is consistently superb.

Colette Theriault said...

I appreciate your wonderful compliments Marc and John!
You are both making me blush*

Peter Brown said...

Wow, this turned out really well Colette. I'm glad you persisted when the grass nearly beat you!

Colette Theriault said...

Peter, thank you! This painting was hiding behind the door way too long so I made it my New Year's resolution to finish it!

hmuxo said...

FANTASTIC is not good enough for this portrait, Colette! It's so amazing how he is full of life..
I love the subtle yellow under his eyes and ears and the light on him is wonderful!! OUTSTANDING! I need to come back later to see it again.!!!

Colette Theriault said...

Thanks so much Hilda, that is very kind of you to say! The painting is actually darker in real life...Blogger tends to lighten images I upload.