Alpine Ibex Original Painting by Martha Dodd,


An original 22 x 29 inch oil on canvas painting, gallery wrapped.

Also available as a reproduction. Choose from either fine art paper, loose canvas, stretched canvas, gallery wrap, metal or acrylic. Sizes starting at 8 x 10 inches , up to 30 x 40 inches. Contact Martha for special sizing.

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Alpine Ibex Original Painting

Alpine Ibex Original Painting is an oil painting entitiled “Changing of the Guard” featuring two Alpine Ibex in the Swiss Mountains.

Martha Dodd painted the original while staying in Davos Switzerland.

Do you have questions about this artwork? Contact Martha, and she will be happy to answer your questions.

You can order this print with even more options such as smooth watercolor fine art paper, unstretched canvas, stretched canvas with a side staple, gallery wrapped canvas on 2″stretcher bars, metal with a back frame, or 3/16″ thick acrylic with a back frame. The options are described here.

Martha’s originals can be seen at the DAAS Gallery in Fort Myers, Florida, and the Hirdie Girdie Gallery on Sanibel Island, Florida.

Martha J Dodd is a fine artist living in the Southwest Florida area. Her work can be found in homes and businesses all over South Florida. Her work has been published many times in various magazines such as Florida Design, Naples Illustrated, Gulf Shore Magazine, the N Magazine, and more recently in the Gulf and Main Magazine. Martha spends her summers traveling abroad in places such as Europe, Australia, South America and takes the opportunity to study art in museums and points of interest while there. Her favorite subjects include people, seascapes and animals. Most predominant among Martha’s animals are horses, dogs, cats, and birds.

Martha paints with oils as well as acrylics, and paints on either canvas or artist panels. Her studio is located in her home on the ground floor. She and her husband Marc live in a stilt home in North Fort Myers Florida. In the summer they escape the heat for a few months, and travel abroad to Europe and other places. Martha brings along her paints, and takes advantage of the inspiration provided by the many museums and incredible experiences she has.