First and Foremost I want to thank the first responders during this coronavirus. They are literally saving our world. Best Wishes and Prayers to the people who art ill and people who are staying safe.
During this time when we are home bound I wanted to show you how creating can be fun and exciting to see a painting in progress. Most Artists use video tapes to show you how they create their paintings, this is different! The link below will take you to a page where you can see the detailed painting in progress. You can check back as my Artist Journey continues and see more as I finish this pastel painting of a wild Cheetah in the Africa grasslands.
Did you know that the Cheetah is the fastest cat in the world! This incredible animal can sprint from 0 to 60 mph in three seconds! Think of that when you’re driving in your car. Remarkable!
They are the smaller version of the big cat family with a small rounded head and deep chest, lean muscular bodies, long legs with special gripping pads under their claws and claws that do not retract fully so they can really grip the ground. Their spines are elongated and they use their long tail for balance. Their tail also that acts like a rudder for swift and nimble sudden turns. They do not Roar they actually purr when their together and they chirp!
The reason I create my Art is for everyone to cherish their health and our world so we can protect and admire all that we have.