Amarok Rose - Wolf Skull with Wild Rose

Acrylic, 2011

Amarok Rose - Wolf Skull with Wild Rose. The Canadian wolf packs of Canada can be found in Alberta in forests, the plains, and river beds. The Inuit name for wolf is amarok and the wild rose is the provincial flower of Alberta. Canada supports the second largest wolf population in the world, after Russia. As a Spirit Animal, Wolf comes to support and teach us about matters of personal power, balance, self-control and our animal instincts. This painting is part of a series of paintings featuring Canadian animal skulls on their territorial landscape and with their provincial flowers.