In this section are copies of original works of art. All of them are dedicated to helping us live according to unconditional love and compassion, which is the foundation of our peaceful means of bringing true and lasting peace to all of God's creatures, whether they are human beings or other animals.
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Mule Deer female
The Mule Deer is found throughout much of western North America, from the Pacific coast east as far as Saskatchewan and the Dakotas and south deep into Mexico.
It is called “Mule” Deer because of its large ears, which in ratio to head size somewhat resemble those of the mule (hybrid between domestic horse and domesticated wild ass, or donkey). They are common. This portrait was done in gouache watercolour, on an acrylic base, on compressed hardboard.
Copyright © Barry Kent MacKay
Barry describes himself as a Canadian artist/writer/naturalist.
See his website: http://barrykentmackay.ca/