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gray wolves

Gwenn Seemel
Not necessarily a lone wolf (Gray wolf)
2012
acrylic on panel
10 x 10 inches

I don’t always get so close-in on my subjects, but sometimes I do, like with this portrait. To learn more about the making of Not necessarily a lone wolf, watch this vlog. Below is the text from the book Crime Against Nature that goes with this image—the book can be read and purchased here.

Some boys and girls don’t make babies at all.

Gray wolves tend to live in packs with only the dominant male and the dominant female reproducing.  Other members of the pack nurture the young along with the parents.