Seeking an exclusive piece of art that will leave you forever captivated by its originality and beauty? Artist Rosetta has exhibited extensively both nationally and internationally, has completed corporate, public and private commissions and has received numerous awards for her work. Rosetta's limited-edition bronze mask truly embodies her love for wildlife. From the creator: "I create sculptures of animals. They depict the life force of the animal, in all of its visual splendor, rather than the realistic depiction of outward appearances. Although I keep the animal's basic form true to reality, it is my interpretation of that form, motion and inner spirit that is my art. To do them justice, I must make each sculpture a treasure, a jewel, an inspiration to the others to cherish these creatures as I do."
15"x14"x5", Limited Edition #8/24.
- Framed and signed print, includes story of Arapahoe Moon.
*framing donated by Sharon Sharp.
- Kaileah was a gorgeous high content wolf dog who lived at W.O.L.F. for four and a half years before her unexpected passing last November. She was a characteristically silly and playful animal with a soul and personality as stunning as she was.
Welcome the majestic mystery of wolves into your home with this stunning set of collectible wolf wall art by acclaimed wildlife artist Al Agnew.
- Dawn Patrol.
- Woodland Patrol.
- On the Trail.
- Trail Goes Cold.
- Snowy Patrol.
*certificate of authenticity included.
- Hand crafted, made in the Cumberland Mountains of Tennessee. This pottery is made by casting five blended colors of clay. After setting, the pottery is baked in a solar powered kiln for up to three days, glazed, then air dried.
- Eagle with wings outstretched -Indian painted on horseback on one wing.
- Wolf face with Indian on horseback on other wing.
An acrylic painting by W.O.L.F. supporter, Larry Eisenman.
- Rajan was an incredibly special wolf dog who passed away last July after living at the sanctuary for over ten years. While he formed a tight bond with his first companion, Kiki, Bella Roux was Rajan's soul mate. They were a beautiful, outgoing couple, making them a favorite among staff and volunteers. He touched many lives and those who met him, will never forget him.
- Own this custom fracked wood art featuring a howling wolf and Colorado art.
- JJ passed away in January after living at W.O.L.F. for nearly 13 years. She was a small wolf dog with a personality so much larger than she was. While she formed a strong bond with Takoda, her final companion, Odin was the love of her life. We take comfort that they are together again.
- Tonka was a handsome wolf dog who passed away last August. In his later years, Tonka was a gentle old man who enjoyed lazy days of watching over the sanctuary from the top of his habitat. After over eight years at the sanctuary, those who grew to love this shy, gentle soul miss his quiet presence.
- This giclée canvas features Tundra, a resident of the W.O.L.F. Sanctuary.
- Reproduction of pen and ink drawing on slate.
- Comes with stand.
- "Silence" oils and watercolor, 11x14 matted print #1/5.
- Limited edition prints created exclusively for W.O.L.F.
- One of a kind painting done by our very own Ashima when she was nine months old.
- Comes with a framed photo of her in action!
- A charcoal drawing of the famous Yellowstone wolves ,06 and her daughter Spitfire, framed in reclaimed barnwood and double matted drawn by artist Dawn Johnson.
- Learn about their story with the American Wolf book written by Nate Blakeslee.
- Painting by Ron Lee depicting our very own Ashima.
- Donated in honor of Ron's mother, Ruth Ann Lee.
- This stunning wood burning art features Kaileah. Kaileah was a resident of the sanctuary who passed away last November. She was a silly and outgoing wolf dog who was a favorite of staff and volunteers. She was a beautiful girl who left an impression on anyone who met her.