Keeping Watch

“Keeping Watch” is an 8 x 10 inch giclée archival printed on:

Smooth Fine Art, Moab Entrada Bright White 290 gsm, 21.5 mil, archival:
Bright white, 100% cotton, slightly textured, smooth fine art surface. Exceptional color reproduction and dmax. Moab Entrada is an archival paper for beautiful long lasting prints.


10% of your purchase of this piece will go to: Nebraska Wildlife Rehab


Keeping Watch was my first Gray Timber Wolf drawing.  I fell in love with wolves many years ago and after completing Keeping Watch, I chose to use it as my logo.  But why use a wolf as a logo for a Nebraska artist when there are no wolves in Nebraska?  Because wolves DID live here and went extinct in our state when the last one was killed in 1912.  Recently there have been sightings and two confirmed killed in the last year (2021).  Although there are no established packs, occasional sightings of Gray Timber Wolves are not uncommon.

Interesting Fact:  Wolves are family (pack) oriented and the entire pack will help care for the pups.  Mothers will stay in their dens with their pups for up to a month, not even leaving to eat.  Other members of the pack will bring food to the mother.