In this panoramic drawing titled Moving On, I depict the adaptability of wild mares and steeds. When scarcity of food or water threatens (often due to seasonal changes), they collect into a group and move on, leveraging the energy of distress into productive action for the well-being of each member and the group.
This original drawing is framed in a solid wood frame with a slate gray finish. It is wired and ready to hang in your home or office where you want a reminder of adaptability and the value of compatible groups that do the same. All materials in this artwork are of archival quality for lasting impressions.
One of a series of award-winning drawings of the North American Landscape by Pat Cross.