This pastel painting of a bear portrait is simply stunning. The blue and purple hues of the bear’s fur are beautifully highlighted by the sun, creating a truly unique and jaw-dropping image. And as if the colors weren’t enough to draw you in, the level of detail in this painting is incredible. Every strand of fur is meticulously rendered, making this piece a must-have for any art lover.
But it’s not just the beauty of this painting that makes it so special. It’s also the story behind it. Black bears are an important symbol of strength and resilience, so this portrait is powerful. It reminds us that no matter what life throws our way, we can always overcome it.
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What Type Of Paper Is This Black Bear Printed On
All prints are created on Velvet Fine Art Paper, displaying the design to its maximum potential while emphasizing colors and tones. This paper has a textured, matte finish that helps to make colors more vivid and saturated.
- 4 x 6
- 5 x 7
- 8 x 10
- 11 x 14
- 12 x 18
8 x 10 matted prints are available in the US.
Fun Facts About Black Bears
Black bears are the most common type of bear in North America, and they are found in every Canadian province and throughout much of the United States.
Although they are called “black” bears, their fur can range in color from brown to blond to cinnamon.
Black bears are excellent climbers and often build their dens high in trees. They are also good swimmers and have been known to swim for miles at a time.
Black bears are omnivorous, meaning that they eat both plants and animals. Their diet includes berries, fruits, nuts, leaves, insects, honey, fish, and small mammals.
Black bears typically weigh between 200 and 600 pounds, with males usually larger than females. Adult black bears can stand up to 6 feet tall on their hind legs.
Although they are not typically aggressive animals, black bears can be dangerous if they feel threatened or if they are protecting their cubs.
How To Care For Your Black Bear Art Print
To ensure that your Black Bear Art Print lasts for many years to come, please follow these simple guidelines:
- Hang your print in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.
- Avoid hanging your print near sources of heat or moisture, such as fireplaces, radiators, or humidifiers.
- Use acid-free matting and backing when framing your print.
- Simply dust it with a soft, dry cloth when cleaning your print. If you need to use a cleaner, test it on an inconspicuous area first.
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