One Winter evening, Admiral Oddfellow Bluebeard heard a tiny knock at the door. Upon opening it, he found a fair-haired girl scarcely bigger than a small fire hydrant - shivering, peering up at him, but saying nothing. The girl, called Delia (according to the scrap of paper pinned to her clothes), grew much taller in her time at Oddfellow's, but her hair remained white-blonde, and her eyes remained the same dark pools that first peered up at the Admiral all those years ago. She wears the official capelet of the Society for the Care and Appreciation of Dancing Bears, as she prefers the company of the school's furrier denizens. She still hasn't spoken.
This borderless print measures 8"x10", and arrives ready to pop into any standard 8"x10" frame or matte.
The print is reproduced from a painting by me, Emily Martin. It is printed in-house on lovely, smooth matte Epson paper. I experimented with many different papers before I settled on this one:
It is archival,
and has a beautiful richness!
My prints are made using Epson Pigment Inks, which are tested and guaranteed not to fade for at least 120+ years.
All prints are signed and dated by the artist, and arrive sealed in a cello sleeve with a custom backing board. Prints are shipped inside a protective stiff envelope.