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Goldilocks (Sumatran Orangutan)


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Part of the Before We’re Gone 2018 series.

Sumatran Orangutans use tools in the wild, such as sticks to get honey and wearing leaves as socks or mittens to climb through thorny areas. Orangutans are losing their habitats due to forest fire and human activity. Forest are being lost to farming, palm oil plantations, logging, mining and, in developing areas, roads.


Painted with salvaged house paint on recycled canvas drop cloth.

FRAMED SIZE: 52 x 26 x 3 inches

Professionally stretched and framed by Visions Custom Framing in Omaha, Nebraska.

Please note price includes shipping in the continental U.S. (or delivery for local area) for the framed piece. If you are outside of the continental U.S. or would prefer to have the piece shipped unstretched for your own framing, please contact me to discuss a price adjustment.