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Paraphrased Zebras
25" x 40"
Watercolor
$  2,300.00
 
When lions attack, zebras band together to protect themselves. When the lions chase the zebras, all they see as they run beside the herd is a blur of black and white. In this blur of pattern, the lions cannot distinguish one zebra from the other. Since the zebras are not as fierce as their counterparts, they relay on a visual illusion to fool the lions into thinking they are one large mass. I wanted to show the zebras from the lions' point of view. This phenomenon is disturbing to the lions, but delightful to us.