Grizzly Bear Cub Eating Dandelions In Banff

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Animal art of a cute grizzly bear cub eating dandelions in Banff. Brighten up your space with wall art of this adorable bear cub. This mixed media painting is an excellent example of original art for sale.

A grizzly bear sow and her three adolescent cubs were eating dandelions in a field aside HWY 1A in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada. This cub looked a little concerned with the gathering crowd at the road. I have been witness to bears eating dandelions on more than one occasion. Dandelions must be a delicacy to bears, as sows will bring their young into open and unprotected spaces to eat them.

Parks Canada describes Banff as: "Rocky Mountain peaks, turquoise glacial lakes, a picture-perfect mountain town and village, abundant wildlife and scenic drives come together in Banff National Park - Canada’s first national park and the flagship of the nation’s park system. Over three million visitors a year make the pilgrimage to the park for a variety of activities including hiking, biking, skiing and camping in some of the world’s most breathtaking mountain scenery. Banff is part of the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks UNESCO World Heritage Site.

My signature appears on the front of the work and my Certificate of Authenticity is included.

Grizzly Bear Cub Eating Dandelions In Banff
Maple Leith No. 9
  • Acrylic, mixed media on masonite
  • 48” x 48” x 5" 
  • 2018
  • Unique, one of a kind art
  • Finished with five coats of varnish to protect from dust and UV light
  • Wire pre-installed in the back for easy hanging
  • Image property of Leith
I guarantee your satisfaction. Please see the Shipping, Repairs & Returns page to read my policies. There is no warranty on a painting. Please note that this is a mixed media piece, and it is easily damaged. The paint is acrylic and coated in varnish, which is very durable. The leaf itself can crack if it suffers impact. If you damage your work in the future, repairs are more than likely possible, though the cost and logistics are to be born by the customer and are determined on a case by case basis.