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NOTES: One to One - Gray Wolf I have had many different ideas in my head about painting that wonderful, mysterious creature, the wolf. I was pleased to hear that the wolf will probably be reintroduced to Yellowstone in the future. Because Yellowstone and the wolf have a special place in my heart, I got the idea to combine both in a painting. On one of my trips to Yellowstone, I followed a coyote, the smaller cousin of the wolf, for a long distance, and he brought me to one of the most beautiful places I had ever seen in the park. The harmony of the dry grasses and the different colored rocks, from blacks to blues, excited me. Places such as this inspire me a great deal, and I am very grateful that the coyote brought me there. The coyotes colors, very similar to those of the wolf, fit well into this nice scenery, so I hope the coyote will not be jealous that I painted a wolf instead. For me, it is a wonderful experience to be able to get inspiration from such an encounter in the wilderness..
One to One - Gray Wolf Giclee On Canvas by Carl Benders is signed by the artist and comes with a certificate of authenticity.
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love for all creatures, from the friendly to the ferocious, is evident in his masterful attention to their every detail; nothing is overlooked. With his imagination, Brenders is able to get close enough to wild animals so that he can almost feel their textures. Consequently, his work has a tactile reality, giving us the sense of having been where even the most intrepid of field guides have not ventured. Of this ability Brenders says, "A painter is a privileged being, because in his imagination he can come very close to the animals he paints. In reality, one can never come this close to wild animals, particularly if they are predators. Brenders' insistence on anatomical perfection in his paintings stems from his philosophy that nature, itself, is perfection: "That is why I paint the way I do with so much detail and so much realism " I want to capture that perfection," he says.