George Pendlebury

Waiting for Dinner

Grenada Bank Tree Boa, Corallus grenadensis

Acrylic Ink

17 x 23 inches

Not for sale

Silent in motion, swift in action, and irascible in temperment, the Grenada Bank tree boa, Corallus grenadensis, is a snake I first encountered in 1967. Fifty-three years later, this animal still holds my interest and was chosen as the subject of the painting destined to hang in my office as a constant reminder of my experiences in Carriacou, Grenada, West Indies so many years ago.

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