Dall's Sheep print, by renowned wildlife and landscape artist Gary Johnson, captures the majesty of this unusual creature. Dall sheep inhabit the mountain ranges of Alaska and are distinguished by their massive curling horns. The male Dall Sheep is called a ram and the female is a ewe. The unusual rings, or annuli, of the curling horns, allow us to accurately determine age. The detail and realism of this striking Gary Johnson sheep print makes you feel that you are eye to eye with this animal. Dall's Sheep is offered as a 24" x 24" signed wrapped canvas giclee exclusively limited to an edition of only 25 prints.
About Gary Johnson
Gary Johnson, wildlife and landscape painter and artist, is always in pursuit of inspiring images for his wildlife prints. Gary Johnson's originals are created in oils or mixed media on various types of handmade paper, including mulberry and silk paper.
Gary Johnson earned a Masters of Arts degree in Painting and Drawing from California State University Los Angeles and has become an avid supporter of wildlife and habitat conservation. Painting wildlife since 1993, Gary's passion is best summarized in his own words, "Being a painter is a way of life, you live and breathe art." While Gary's art has received numerous prestigious awards, he feels that his efforts over the past ten years have been validated by winning the coveted Gold Metal Grand Prize in the Arts for the Parks Mini Top 100 competition. This high honor was bestowed in 2005. Wildlife Wonders offers paper giclees and canvas giclees of Gary's best loved works. Ask us about "Artist Enhanced" prints, as well. The breathtaking realism and detail of each of Gary's works will bring the beauty and wonder of nature to your home, cabin, or office