Veronique Renaud is a french wildlife painter and photographer.
She has specialized about wolves for 13 years,and works also about some others animals of the cold countries. Firstly she goes to observe and photograph the animals,before to paint them. She gives much importance to the realization of the eyes "... that are the reflection of the soul, and the place of all the emotions...
Arctic wolves are usually smaller than gray wolves, and also have smaller ears, slightly shorter muzzles, and shorter legs to reduce exposure to the frigid air. They live alone or in packs of about 6 wolves and are usually all white with a very thick, insulating coat.
The young arctic wolves soon leave their pack to seek their own territories. They tend to get rid of other wolves, unless they are able to mate.
Once a lone arctic wolf discovers an abandoned territory, he will mark the territory with its aroma, then he attempts to congregate other wolves to form a pack.
You can visite Veronique Renaud website and see her wolf paintings Here