The art collection titled "Animal Tribe" is a body of work that delves into the significance of family, brotherhood, friendship, relationships, and love through the representation of animals in their natural environment. The artist, as they prepare to start a family of their own with a marriage planned for the end of the year and future aspirations of having children, has chosen to express their unique perspective on canvas. The majority of the paintings showcased in this collection present animals in groups, utilizing a metaphorical approach to symbolize the relationships that exist between human beings. Through the use of an animalistic style, the artist successfully captures the essence of these fundamental human experiences. The artist paints animal portraits on round canvases that represent planets and universes. The round shape symbolizes the cycle of life and family unity, as seen in Chinese culture's tradition of dinner on a round table. Each painting has its unique life, created using different mix media methods. The artist, who is also an art teacher, incorporates the theme of nature into their work. The glowing reflection materials used for the eyes of the animals engage the audience, creating a sense of godly power and animal family bonding, similar to how light reflects at nighttime. This collection not only highlights the artist's creative vision but also serves as a reminder of the importance of these values within our own lives. As admirers engage with this artwork, they are invited to contemplate the significance of family, brotherhood, friendship, relationships, and love within their own personal journeys. Overall, "Animal Tribe" is a captivating work of art that has the potential to resonate with many individuals and inspire a deeper appreciation for the beauty and complexity of our shared human experience. This painting depicts a pack of wolves gazing directly into the viewer's eyes. It is part of a series of animal-themed oil paintings on canvas. The artwork captures the majestic nature of these beasts and the idea of survival of the fittest in the natural world. Each wolf in the pack represents a character, including myself, my wife, and our two hamsters. If you shine a flashlight or use a camera flash, the eyes of the wolves will reflect light, much like in the wild.
Painting / oil painting
60cm (W) x 60cm (H)
61cm (W) x 61cm (H)
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