The tiger cub was born to be free (Original Painting)
The tiger cub was born to be free (Original Painting)
The tiger cub was born to be free (Original Painting)
The tiger cub was born to be free (Original Painting)
The tiger cub was born to be free (Original Painting)

The tiger cub was born to be free (Original Painting)

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Dimensions
59 x 59 inch (H*W) 150 x 150 cm (H*W) 

Medium
Enamel and Oil Pastel on Canvas

Style
Contemporary Expressive, Wildlife, Animals

Description
Tiger cubs are being killed daily in the USA. According to National Geographic: There are 3,900 tigers left in the wild, but there are over 6,000 tigers caged and maltreated in US roadside zoos. Hundreds of tiger cubs are bred to be used as tourist attractions for petting. The cubs are only useful for 8 weeks and then they become too dangerous to interact with visitors. At 10 weeks most of them are killed. 

This tiger cub was born to be free. Let’s make sure this is true for all tiger cubs.

Artwork Features
In this highly expressive and passionate style Gillie and Marc have let their emotions run free in this explosive collection of freehand painting. Inspired by the styles of Brett Whiteley, Francis Bacon, and Jean-Michel Basquiat, Gillie and Marc have combined enamel paint with oil pastel to breathe life into the worlds most endangered species. Over the past five years, Gillie and Marc spent hours sketching and studying wildlife, travelling the globe to meet these animals up close. These sketches have now been brought to life in vibrant colour with love and passion. Each painting is created as a team with both the artists bringing their own emotion into every painting. 

Please note: All canvases come stretched and ready to hang, however if you would like your painting to be framed, Gillie and Marc are happy to provide this service for you at your request. For framing enquiries please email: gallery@gillieandmarc.com

Care Instructions
It is important to keep your painting out of direct sunlight and not to lean anything against the surface of the canvas. If it gets dusty, it can be cleaned with a soft dry cloth.

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