From the second she started out that fateful day, Tilly had a feeling that she had bitten off more than she could chew. The Little Teacup was fragile, and the handkerchief sail had been attached only by a tiny dollop of gorilla glue. The skies had changed from a jovial baby blue to an angry Grey. The vengeful winds had torn her sail free with ease. Now it was long gone. Tilly felt a shiver down her spine. "You should have checked the weather reports. You should have used more gorilla glue. You should have brought more corn." Now, as the teacup was tossed here and there, the courage of the tiny chick was tested.
Print of my original acrylic painting
8 x 10" image size on 8 1\/2 x 11" paper
Printed with Epson Ultra Chrome pigment inks on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Pearl Fine Art Paper. This particular paper works very well with acrylic prints. The print colors are vivid and true.
Print will come signed and dated by me (the artist) and packed in a clear cello sleeve with cardboard to avoid bending in transit.
Artist retains all reproduction rights and copyrights