I have always liked amphibians since going grocery shopping with my grandmother when I was 7 years old. Holding hands we would walk into the store and pass by a square upright glass vending box with little treasures encased in plastic capsules like bouncy balls, shiny plastic jewelry and bumpy and speckled rubber frogs. By putting a dime into the slot and turning a crank, a little toy could be yours! I could see that little frog but could never quite catch him. How I wanted my own little frog! It took me a few years before a toy frog was mine. The image above shows 4 frantic green tie dye frogs eagerly gobbling up a ring of buzzing mosquitoes with their flagging pink tongues in this garden and pond nature mandala, From my book: Nature Mandalas: Wonders of the Earth, Wind, and Sea (Schiffer Publishing 2016). You can find prints of this image in my shop.
Whimsical green arboreal hylid red eye tree frogs with orange feet, with the scientific name Agalychnis callidryas, rest on jungle leaves in this green rainforest nature mandala. These tree dwelling frogs are native to Mexico and are often kept as pets in vivariums. This is available in my shop.
32 colorful frogs have gathered in a circle including leaping green tie dye bull frogs, crouching brown wood frogs, beautifully marked and patterned dart frogs in red and blue and yellow, blue, and green, bronze and green red spotted frumpy horned frogs and orange footed and red eyed green perching tree frogs all on a white background. Hop on over to get this beautiful amphibian print.
8 Green tie dye leaping frogs hop about on green spear shape leafed floating plants with a white lotus blossom in the middle on a white background in this garden amphibian pond nature mandala. You can find this print here.