Exploring Nature and Texture through


photo of Vitreous Enamel on Glass



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It’s rare to find a solitary lion, except in Kenya. African Lions are the only cats that live in family units. Although they have no natural predators, illegal trade, poaching and trophy hunting has made them the prey. In the last 100 years, the population of lions has declined by an estimated 90%, with only 20,000 left in the wild.


Painted using vitreous enamels. Each layer is fired in the kiln prior to the painting of the next layer. The base glass is salvaged glass that came from old store shelving.

MOUNTED SIZE: 12 x 12 x 1 inches

Permanently mounted to a professional birch and pine cradle board and wired for easy hanging.  The cradle board has been painted black and sealed with micro-crystalline wax.

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