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Gecko Line Art and Full Color Illustrations

Highly detailed B&W line art and full color gecko fine art prints made from original drawings

Banded Knob-Tailed Gecko
Art Illustration

Banded Knob-Tailed Gecko fine art illustration
Crested Gecko
Art Illustration
Crested Gecko pen & ink Illustration
Desert Banded Gecko
Art Illustration
desert banded gecko fine art illustration
Flying Gecko
Art Illustration
Flying Gecko fine art illustration
Giant Day Gecko
Art Illustration
Giant Day Gecko fine art illustration
Leopard Gecko
Art Illustration
Leopard Gecko fine art illustration
Rough Knob-Tailed Gecko
Art Illustration
Rough Knob-Tailed Gecko fine art illustration
Tokay Gecko
Art Illustration
tokay gecko fine art illustration
Yellow-Headed Gecko
Art Illustration
Yellow-Headed gecko fine art illustration
Artist's notes:

stock art image library of gecko illustrationsDuring about 2002, I became involved with the reptile folk of Northern California. I had decided, because I had so many reptile and amphibian drawings, I would try my hand at selling them at a reptile show. I was greeted with much enthusiasm and suggestions, as at this time I had only drawn one snake and had no idea how popular some animals were. During this time, I became friends with people like Julie Bergman, who owns and operates Gecko Ranch. She and others like her suggested species of geckos to add to my library. I also met Roman Moniz, who commissioned me to draw some of the species he was breeding (the Rough Knob-Tailed and the Banded Knob-Tailed.) Traveling to Hawaii I enjoyed watching the day geckos run around the house we rented. I haven't added another gecko to the collection in a few years, and am overdue to do so. If you would like to make a suggestion, please send me an email.

 

Information about Geckos:

Geckos are lizards that belong to the family Gekkonidae. They are only found in warm climates. Unlike other reptiles, geckos can make vocalizations by chirping in which they can interact with other geckos. Geckos represent the largest family of lizards with over 2,000 identified species. Geckos are able to drop their tails if they are attacked by a predator in order to confuse them (the tail will continue to wriggle after the gecko has made it's escape. These active lizards are some of the most colorful animals in the world, with many of the species having purples, neon greens, reds, blues and yellows. Geckos are very popular in the pet trade and thousands of people worldwide own and/or breed them. Geckos adapt very well to virtually any warm environment, and because of this they have established themselves in many areas they are not native to, such as Hawaii and Florida in the US. Geckos are able to crawl up and cling to virtually any surface due to the special adaptation in their toes. Some cultures believe that to have a gecko in your house is a good omen.

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