A portrait of a marine iguana

Sharlena Wood, a Canadian artist whose beautiful paintings have already been featured on this blog (here and here), did it again. Using a charcoal drawing technique she produced an outstanding portrait of a marine iguana by imaginatively reinterpreting one of my photos from the Galapagos Islands. This drawing is part of a series of portraits of endangered animals, which you should see in its entirety. And while there, look at Sharlena’s other art, you will not be disappointed.

Iguana

Amblyrhynchus

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