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"Leopard's Head" Serigraph on Paper by Wayland Moore

"Leopard's Head" 1977

Wayland Moore

Title:
"Leopard's Head" 1977

Medium:
Serigraph

Unframed Size:
43" x 20"

Edition Size:
300

Condition:
Mint - Never Framed

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Gallery

 
Asking Price:
$2,000.00 - Unframed

Hand signed:




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"Leopard's Head" 1977

Wayland Moore

Title:
"Leopard's Head" 1977

Medium:
Serigraph

Unframed Size:
43" x 20"

Edition Size:
300

Condition:
Mint - Never Framed

Purchased from:
Gallery

 
Asking Price:
$2,000.00 - Unframed

Hand signed:




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"Leopard's Head" Serigraph on Paper by Wayland Moore

This exquisite serigraph depicts the head of a Leopard. The bold brushstrokes of color in the background hint at activity and energy, but the eyes of the animal are intense and focused on one thing only, the prey. Wayland Moore has captured the details of this animal like the whiskers and the ear hairs to give the leopard life. You are invited into this animals daily activity of survival and the focus that it entails. Moore again takes you to Africa with another of his animal portraits.

Waylon Moore has also aptured the excitement of events such as the Winter and Summer Olympics, American's Cup, U.S. Open, the Masters, P.G.A., U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame, Maccabiah Games of Israel, Davis Cup and many other international events. Moore has exhibited in numerous one-man shows throughout the United States and Europe. His original works and limited edition prints hang in private and corporate collections and he is listed in who's Who in American Art. The artist's studio has been the hot and dry bush of Africa, often only yards away from lions, zebra and wildebeest; and his palette has captured the excitement and intrigue of the white waters of Alaska, Montana rodeos and European landscapes. In addition to Moore's reputation as an artist, he conducts workshops and has taught painting in evening classes at Emory University for 15 years. His concept of teaching art to federal inmates earned him a commendation from the White House. He is in demand as a lecturer and is a powerful storyteller whose company is always treasured, whether it be in offices, galleries or around a warm campfire."