Friday, May 1, 2009


Thanks to all the watchers and bidders

This painting is 5 x 7", oil on board, unframed


Impalas are one of the 89 species of even-toed ungulates in Africa. We observed these graceful beauties at Sweetwaters in Kenya. Impalas are a medium-sized antelope with lovely long necks and limbs. They are able to jump 8 feet high and distances of over 30 feet. Impalas run on their tiptoes, as do all ungulates. They are usually found near a source of water.

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