Timothy Davison is a wildlife artist, educator, and speaker. This native of Wahoo, Nebraska has traveled extensively throughout the United States while working with not-for-profits, zoos, and wildlife rescues. In doing so, he has worked with a multitude of animal ambassadors, and has spoken to over a million people about conservation and sustainability.

“Watercolor Tiger” – Open Edition Matted Print


“Watercolor Tiger”

Open Edition Photographic Print

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The Bengal tiger is at the top of the food chain, but their presence in the wild means more than just having a apex predator around. They are considered a “keystone species” – meaning that without them, the entire ecosystem would collapse. Tiger’s main prey are large ungulates (hoofed mammals – like deer or boar) which are herbivores. Without tigers to keep their populations in check, the forest ecosystem would collapse. Today, less the 4% of the forest habitat that tigers call home is left intact in India – home to 2/3 of the world’s tigers.

The good news! As of 2016, tiger populations were on the rise for the first time in a century. This was thanks to large-scale anti-poaching programs and the creation of wildlife corridors to connect “islands” of tiger habitat.

Though Tim usually paints with oils, this depiction of a Bengal tiger is a rare departure. While working with animals and teaching at a summer camp in Carlsbad, California, Tim held a contest for new groups of campers each week. The winner of an oragami boat race down nearby Sunny Creek received an original painting. This simple watercolor painting of a tiger was one of them.


“Watercolor Tiger”

Open Edition Photographic Print

– Kodak Professional Endura Premier Paper

– Image Dimensions : 7″ x 9″

– Mat Dimensions : 11″ x 14″

– Matted in Flat Black – White Core

– Comes in Crystal Clear Protective Sleeve

– Free Shipping





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