This exuberant digital painting by Francine Fox glows with rich tropical color. The Bali Tiger is an extinct subspecies of tigers that once lived on the island of Bali in Indonesia. After finishing a realistic rendering of the tiger, Fox digitally duplicated the image and stacked it on top of the original. She then ‘stretched’ the skin of the tiger out and pulled it into interesting shapes to create the swirling patterns you see here. Fox thought the process behind these distortions was an interesting way to reference how tiger hides are stretched, and also, to allude to human presence as a major factor in these tigers’ extinction.
Archival giclee prints on Entrada Rag Natural paper are available in three options:
- 9" x 6" print on a 11" x 8" page, $27
- 12" x 8" print on a 14" x 10" page, $36
- 12" x 8" print, matted and framed, $98.70
Please click the "Purchase" button to select a size and place your order through my GeoGalleries page. Prints are created by the GeoGalleries FinerWorks print shop and shipped directly to your door.