Ava was sent to Oddfellow's after her parents, also albino, were fatally overrun by bandits while traveling with the unscrupulous Captain Marvelous' Sideshow. Ava escaped by pretending to be a pile of laundry, and, as she is very quiet, was quite convincing. The Headmaster himself accompanied the police to the scene, and found Ava folded up in an enormous quilt and whispering to the finches, whose cage had toppled over in the scuffle. In 1902, she was the first student to recieve the Ornithology badge, and with curiously little effort on her part. It seemed the badge-bestowing committee couldn't help but notice that birds, wild and otherwise, were always landing on her shoulders.
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.