In recent May issues of TOJ we have dedicated our hunting editorial to wild hogs in Texas. It is appropriate that this May we are pleased to showcase our first international artist. Manuel Sosa a revered wildlife artist and biologist from Spain offers his “Wild Boar – Portrait.” It captures the course coat, ivory tusk, long muzzle, and beady eyes of this prolific breed animals that was first brought to the North American continent by Spanish explorers in the early 1500s.
Take time to review Sosa’s website and understand as outdoor enthusiasts we are only separated by an Ocean. Many of the mammals, birds and landscapes could easily pass for close relatives we often see or of vistas we view here in America. His art also provides an unspoken invitation to visit this part of the world where a variety of game animals await.
For more information on “Wild Boar – Portrait” and other fine works of art by Manuel Sosa, visit www.manuelsosa.com/en, or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.