Limited Edition Prints

Signed, limited edition prints on beautiful archival watercolour paper, made by my trusted print expert.

These two male lions are brothers, rescued by PantheraAfrica and living happily in their new home in the Overberg, near Stanford. Marian has been lucky enough to have spent some time at PantheraAfrica taking photographs in the early morning light. This watercolour and graphite painting was from a series of delightful images of the two brothers welcoming the sun and the new day with a mutual grooming session.

300mm x 430mm

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Arabella, or Bella as she is called, is one of the Big Cats living in safety at PantheraAfrica, just outside Stanford in the Western Cape.  Against all odds Bella survived a serious illness as a young tiger and has now grown into a beautiful, gentle tiger who might be small in size, but has a mighty heart.

300mm x 430mm

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A gorgeous, regular visitor to bare branches in the game reserves in Mpumalanga and Limpopo, the Lilac-breasted Roller’s colours are quite breathtaking. This Roller was puffed up in the early morning winter chill.

250mm x 300mm

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A fascinating and very large bird who, in the painting, looks like she’s having a particularly bad hair day. On the contrary, she never allows trivial issues to interfere with hunting for prey (mostly repiles) in open grassland.

300mm x 430mm

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Known as Lammetjie by PantheraAfrica, this painting was commissioned as a birthday gift for one of the owners of the sanctuary.

300mm x 430mm

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One of the original ‘rescues’ at the big cat sanctuary – Panthera Africa – this small, beautiful, bold leopard is such a playful character. This sanctuary for rescued cats (mainly from breeding facilities) is just outside the village of Stanford in the Western Cape, and fulfills an outstanding educational and conservation function.

300mm x 430mm

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From May each year, the hills of the Grootbos Reserve start to change colour, becoming a carpet of pink by August and September as the Erica irregularis flowers. This endemic fynbos grows only between Stanford and Gansbaai, with some 80% of its global population on Grootbos.

300mm x 430mm

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This delicate delight grows from a small bulb on a slim stem, carrying a profusion of either white, pink or mauve flowers which dance in the Overberg wind. These specimens were found on the clay slopes of the beautiful Grootbos Nature Reserve.

300mm x 430mm

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