Artwork / Crime Against Nature / Separated (Giraffe)
The background landscape in this painting was something I first experimented with in 2006 and 2007 with this series. Before that, my compositions were much simpler, but, by 2008, I was making pieces like this one. Below is the text from the book Crime Against Nature that goes with this image.
Boys and girls sometimes live in separate groups and don’t see each other very much.
As with most ungulates, giraffe females and males live in separate herds most of the time. Cows work together to raise young, while bulls forage in bachelor herds.