Artist's description:

Harris Antelope Squirrels are mistaken as chipmunks. Their coloring and size are extremely similar to the common chipmunk, but a Harris Antelope Squirrel has less stripes. There is however no mistaking how cute either critter is. This charcoal drawing captures the cute personality these squirrels give off as they zip through the desert. I interacted with this one at the Desert Botanical Garden, in Phoenix. An amazing place to see all sorts of desert plants, but I wouldn't know, I was preoccupied taking photos of the squirrels. It happens.

This is an original charcoal drawing on 90lb white paper, acid free. The paper measures 7 inches tall by 9 inches wide. But fits nicely into a mat with an 8x6 inch opening, to frame the drawing.

Sealed with UV protective varnish, and signed on the front (near the foot.) Sold unframed, but may come with a Mat for support.

Materials used:


Harris Antelope Squirrel Charcoal (2017)


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This artwork is sold by Stephanie Peters from United States

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