The dry season has arrived in the Late Cretaceous Two Medicine Formation, and the most vibrant vegetation in the region clings to the sides of a desiccated river bank. Here, a old Cerasinops has been foraging among the ferns for quite some time, making short work of the plants with his age worn beak.
As he roots among the undergrowth, he disturbs a variety of small animals; a disturbance that has attracted the attention of a couple young Troodons.
They trail in his messy wake, snapping up tiny lizards and mammals, though they are wary to approach him too closely. The old Cerasinops has survived numerous scuffles in his long life, and when the Troodons get too close, he is not afraid to remind them.
9" x 12" Graphite on Bristol, 2016
Jordan Walker is a fine artist and illustrator currently living in western Oregon, and is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design.
He has spent his life roaming through deep woods and rugged coastlines exploring the wonders of the natural world. His life-long fascinations with natural history and ancient civilizations, as well as worlds of fantasy and science fiction have lead him to create work of his own that explores strange new worlds, as well as the one that we know.
His work has been shown in national galleries, and many of his paintings are ...
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.