Taking A Break Lion Cub Pastel Painting
Original Pastel Painting by Dave Nevue 2020
Lion cubs are born with tawny black spots which eventually disappear as they grow older. When it is time to give birth a lioness leaves her pride and has her lion cubs in dense cover. Cubs remain hidden for one to two months before being introduced to the rest of the pride. Source: Africa Wildlife Detective
This is the 2nd Pastel painting for a series of Big Cats.
I chose this image (reference image courtesy of Wildlife Reference Photos) because of how innocent and curious this beautiful cub looks resting on a log.
The soft yellows, oranges, and browns in her fur look as if they are glowing with the dark background.
Her soft blue eyes tell you precisely what she is thinking.
This pastel painting was created on PastelMat with PanPastels, Pestel Pencils, and Soft Pastel Sticks.
You will receive the original 8″ x 10″ Cat Portrait Pastel Painting Portrait matted and framed ready to display in your home.
The pastel painting does not have a protective coating so please do not touch the drawing surface if you ever wish to change the frame.
Place the pastel painting and matte in an 8 x 10 frame to protect the painting.
Your pastel painting will be shipped USPS Priority Mail.
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Prints and Greeting cards available Taking A Break Lion Cub Pastel Painting Prints.