Big Ears Gently Twitching - original - edn. of 4
Eight donkey orchids cluster, big ears gently twitching
Acrylic serigraph on Somerset Satin 300gsm
Image size: 555w x 290h
Paper Size: 670w x 480h
Let's Count Wildflowers is a children's book, authored and illustrated by Tracey Gibbs. Released in springtime in 2020 it celebrates Australia's glorious flora. This series of hand-pulled prints are in strict editions of up to five, each made from layering hand-cut stencils, one over the other. They are the original artworks that grace the pages of Let's Count Wildflowers. To purchase Let's Count Wildflowers place an order at any good book shop, or shop direct from the publisher here
Each original artwork comes embossed in the bottom left of the artwork, hand-signed and editioned, and includes a bespoke certificate of authenticity, signed and editioned for the specific artwork purchased
Every effort has been made to ensure that the colour tones represented here reflect the tones in the real artwork. There are however, variances between display screens across different devices so the artwork may not display exactly accurately on your device. If this is a concern to you it is best to email before purchase for advice on colour.
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Original artworks and the larger of the Giclée prints (A2) will be rolled and packed in sturdy cardboard postage tubes for shipping.
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