Wolf in View
Archival prints and cards of a lone wolf among vegetation. I saw this old wolf in the Adirondacks at a wildlife center this year. I was floored by his beauty, because of his age, not despite it. , I wanted to show the wolf full body, the slight flower on the left a testament to his frailty, the abundant vegetation on the right, his vitality. This is both a beautiful scene, and a reminder of respecting experience in a world that often worships youth or beauty. This artwork would make a wonderful addition to the home of an adventurer, hiker, wildlife or nature lover.
Choose from 5” x 7” open edition and 8" x 10,” 11" x 14" and 16” x 20” limited edition size prints. Limited edition prints are on bamboo paper and come numbered, titled and signed by artist, either with or without a mat and frame. Open edition prints are not numbered, but are titled and signed by the artist and can also be framed. Unframed 5” x 7,” 8” x 10” and 11” x 14” prints come with an archival backer and ship flat. Unframed 16" x 20" print ships rolled without a backer.
Framed prints are matted with an archival off-white mat and backer, under glass, and live-edge frame is completely ready to hang. Mat and frame adds approximately 8” to each side; For example, an 8" x 10" print that is framed is approximately 16x 18." Frame dimensions are approximate due to the variability of widths in the live-edge wood; No two frames are alike. Artist-crafted frame is made from rescued slab wood, wood that is normally burned as sugaring wood or bonfires. Frame is finished in three coats of Vermont poly-whey varnish, a USDA certified biobased product. Note: photos of framed prints show different example prints but are to show the handcrafted mat and frame style.
Inside of card is left blank, ready for your personalization. Card measures approximately 5 1/4" x 4" and is printed on white cardstock. A white envelope is included with each card.
Pairs beautifully with companion artwork, The Wolf Waits, seen here: The Wolf Waits
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15% of my art sales are donated to wildlife and habitat conservation. See http://www.artistsforconservation.org/Katie-Roberts for specific organizations that I donate to.