This print is from an original watercolor painting, modified slightly through the wonders of technology. Printed on archival Epson Heavy Matte paper, the final image measures 8″ x 10″ on 8.5″ x 11″ paper, leaving a border for framing. Each print is then signed and titled. Watermark will not appear on your print.
Other options. Now available mounted on a cradled wood panel, ready to hang with a sawtooth hanger:
|Dimensions||8.5 × 11 in|
Print only: $20, 6"x8" on Wood: $45, 9"x12" on Wood: $65, 12"x16" on Wood: $80
It can be lonely at the top, but Madame Giraffe is lucky enough to be in the company of some friendly swallows. She wears the crown of a Kenyan tribe to fit in with her surroundings.
I like watching nature documentaries, and I’m noticing more and more animals are making their way onto the endangered list. It troubles me that I can’t just wander into the jungle, scoop them all up, and make them safe. I hate doing nothing. So, in an effort to make a dent, I’ll be donating 10% of my profits from the sales of the The Royals to two organizations helping to protect our animal friends: WildAid (http://www.wildaid.org/about-wildaid) and The Orangutan Foundation (http://orangutan.org/). Both organizations are rated 4 stars by Charity Navigator.