Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Red Eye Tree Frog Painting - NEW!

What a fabulously colorful frog. Many scientists think that the large red eyes evolved to scare away preditors. When the frog is disturbed, its startle coloration of flashing huge eyes, bright orange feet and blue-and lime green legs, scares preditors giving it time to get away. These non-poisonous frogs eat crickets, flies, and moths with their long, sticky tongues.
Children and adults just love this exotic tropical amphibian with its giant red eyes, green and blue legs, and red-orange feet! Perfect for the nursery or tropical jungle decor!


  1. Beautiful art work! You are very talented!..Christine

  2. You did a super job on this unique frog. I have seen and eaten lots of frog legs but nothing like this one.

  3. a gorgeous painting and a fabulous likeness of this curious creature! happy pink saturday! xo


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