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Bull Moose's Crown of Color


The artwork captures the essence of a magnificent bull moose in Yellowstone National Park.


Its powerful antlers, a testament to its maturity, stand proudly against a backdrop of vibrant color. Splashes of blue, red, yellow, and orange create a captivating scene, with some of the hues even reflecting off the moose's majestic coat. The hint of a smile on its face, if interpreted that way, adds a touch of playfulness to its regal presence.


Yes, the bull moose is indeed a member of the deer family, the largest member in North America. These solitary giants are iconic inhabitants of Yellowstone, with their impressive antlers a symbol of strength and dominance. Interestingly, these antlers are not permanent fixtures. Every year, during the late fall or early winter, bull moose shed their antlers after the mating season has concluded. New antlers begin to grow shortly after, still covered in soft skin and cartilage, and are fully formed by summer. This remarkable regeneration cycle highlights the resilience and adaptability of these creatures.


Mating season for moose typically occurs in the fall, with a single dominant bull breeding several females. After a gestation period of around eight months, a single calf is born in the late spring or early summer. The mother moose fiercely protects her calf for its first year of life, teaching it essential survival skills.


Moose are herbivores, meaning they primarily consume plant material. Their long legs are a crucial adaptation for navigating the diverse Yellowstone landscape. They allow the moose to reach high-up branches for browsing on leaves, wade through deep snow in winter, and even provide a burst of speed when needed.


The colorful background in the artwork sparks curiosity. It could represent the breathtaking beauty of Yellowstone National Park, a tapestry woven from geothermal wonders, lush meadows, and towering mountains. Alternatively, the vibrant colors might symbolize the abundance of life within the park's ecosystem, a vibrant web of plants that sustain the moose and countless other creatures.

This artwork is more than just a depiction of a bull moose. It's a celebration of the power and grace of these magnificent creatures, a testament to the wonders of Yellowstone National Park, and a reminder of the importance of protecting these iconic animals and their wild home.


Select the Size that Will Work Best for Your Space.   Thrill your walls now with stunning prints from our Montana studio.  A vibrantly colored image is printed for you to create an intriguing focal point.



Bull Moose's Crown of Color

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    Canvas prints are custom-made for you, and your order will require a 2-3 week turn-around time.  Thank you.

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