Earth’s Treasure Chest
Wildlife Mural Mosaic

Bateman, Robert


Wolf in Blue

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Artist Comments: Wolves face dangers as well from their only serious predator, man. Wolves who are not normally silent would be either very hungry or very dead. Since they live in family packs and use strategy for hunting, they must communicate by body language, facial expression and perhaps, even subliminally. Wolves are remarkably sensitive observers of their surroundings and the events that take place there. The wolf tribe as a whole has been quietly watching vast changes to their world in the last 200 years. The last 50 have been particularly shocking in the range of change and devastation of our wilderness heritage. All wolves are indeed silent witnesses to the deeds of mankind. - Robert Bateman
Robert Bateman "Silent Witness" 30” x 40”, acrylic, 1999