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The image size of this original, hand-pulled collagraph of a wide-eyed owl measures 9.25" x 7".
Paper Size: 11.25" x 9"
Printed on Arches Cover White Paper
Each print is signed and numbered
Varied Edition
All images © Bonnie Murray

The majority of the color on this collagraph is printed with a bit of hand coloring at the end. This guy could easily be matted to fit a standard 11" x 14" frame.

Note: I make every effort to photograph my artwork as accurately as possible. Due to differences in monitor settings the color in the actual artwork may vary slightly from what is seen on any given computer screen.

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The collagraph takes its name from collage. It is an impression made from a board or block in which three-dimensional elements are glued. I usually use two plates in my process. The first one is to pull the black and white image with texture and the second plate is a way for me to add color. Many people like the black and whites as they are so I have decided to work on some editions that are just black and white.

For more information on my collagraph technique please take a look at the third paragraph of my profile - http://www.etsy.com/profile.php?user_id=7084547

Whimsical Owl Original Hand-Pulled Collograph Fine Art Print - Hoo Are You 12

$75.00

Only 1 available


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: illustration board, textures, gloss medium, paper, ink
  • Only ships within United States.
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