All the Animalia paintings in the SALE shop are from 2013 or 2014, my first years painting endangered species. Beginning in 2015, I would meet every animal I painted, and subtle differences ensued. More than any other reason, that’s why these paintings are on sale. I no longer show them with post-2015 work.
The addax is a large desert antelope from the Sahara, critically endangered in the wild, although well-represented in captivity. It is extinct in much of it’s native range, but has been reintroduced in Morocco and Tunisia. Their spiral horns can measure up to 30 inches long.