by Joshua Spies
The zebra, like most members of the horse family, is a highly social animal.
Mountain zebras and plains zebras form family groups that will remain
together for a lifetime, grazing, migrating and stopping to drink together.
Joshua Spies has captured a family of zebras in the magnificent light
of an African sunset on the Waterline.
Although based in South Dakota, Joshua Spies has a world of wildlife experience
under his belt. His frequent trips across North America and into Africa
have supplied him with an entire animal kingdoms worth of subjects.
On a recent safari to South Africa I took over 2,500 photographs!
says Spies. Many times these photographs not only help with detail,
light and color, but are the inspiration for a new work. I really look
forward to doing something new and challenging in each new creation!
Greenwich Workshop Fine Art MuseumEdition
limited to 25 s/n.
72"w x 29"h (unstretched).
$1950 | $1950 CDN | £1080
Greenwich Workshop Fine Art MasterWork
limited to 50 s/n.
48"w x 19"h (unstretched).
$895 | $895 CDN | £500
Arriving November 2007