I’ve been intrigued by various tree frogs lately. These red-eyed tree frogs live mainly in the rain forests of Costa Rica and the Amazon, and they just seem to have such personality.
Red-Eyed Tree Frog on Red Foliage. 2013, Pastel on red pastel paper, approx. 33″ x 25″. Private collection of R. Glaholt. Archival art prints available here.
A lot of my inspiration comes from flora and fauna (especially tree frogs!), many of which are endangered or their existence threatened by human encroachment, reduced habitats or pollution. Therefore, when you purchase any of my original animal paintings, I donate a portion of the sale to The Wildlife Conservation Society. WCS is the world’s preeminent science-based conservation organization, founded in 1895.