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"Chicks among the Hyacinth" - 8x10 inch fine art print on archival paper [20 x 25 cm]

Four baby chick friends are romping among the purple hyacinth in the Botanikah Gardens.

- I have this beautiful archival print made from my original watercolor painting at a professional lab on acid-free paper using permanent inks to keep the colors true for decades.
- Your choice of paper:
1. Kodak Endura Professional Paper - matte finish. This is a true photographic print made with the traditional photo process.
2. Somerset Velvet Watercolor Paper - A heavier weight paper printed with permanent inks. The artwork looks and feels like a watercolor painting.
- The print will fit a standard mat and frame. Prints on Somerset Velvet watercolor paper have an additional one inch white border around the image to make matting easier.

This image is copyrighted. There is no copyright watermark on the print.

More of my chicken art is here: www.etsy.com/shop/Zehland/search?search_query=chicken

Frequently asked questions about Zehland

*A WATERCOLOR is painted on heavyweight paper. Because of this, it requires a mat and frame with glass front. Framing finishes a watercolor beautifully and makes the entire art piece larger.

*AN OIL PAINTING is painted on canvas that is stretched onto wood stretcher bars. I paint the side edges of the canvas so you don't need to frame it unless you wish to. Oils take one to two weeks to dry. To save time, I ship the painting before completely dry by fixing it into a special box which protects it. You will need to keep it in the box for a week or so until dry to the touch. At that time, you may hang it with the enclosed wire.
To keep your artwork fresh and new for many generations, I use acid-free materials and professional permanent colors for my original paintings. Prints are made at a professional lab using the highest quality archival inks and papers. You can be confident that your investment will bring you a lifetime of satisfaction.
Keep your watercolor painting or print on paper new by enclosing in an acid-free mat and backing before framing with a glass front. Oil paintings may be varnished with spray varnish made specifically for oil paintings found at arts and crafts stores. Varnishing is optional, but it adds a layer of protection to keep the painting clean and can make the colors look richer.

*For new oil paintings, wait at least 6 months for the oils to fully cure before varnishing. However, the painting may be hung and/or framed as soon as it is dry to the touch.
I ship original paintings and prints on wood to the USA, Canada and Australia from my studio.

I ship prints on watercolor paper to the USA, Canada, the EU, and Australia from my print labs in New York, the UK or Australia depending upon your location.

I am happy to ship original paintings and prints internationally to all other countries with the understanding that you are responsible for any customs fees, duties, tariffs or other taxes due upon arrival in your country.

If you do not see your country listed under Shipping, please request a custom order, and I will make a custom listing for you! Thank you.
Contact me with your ideas and the approximate size you would like. I will give you a price and time frame for completion. A 50% deposit or full payment (your choice) is required before work is begun.

In certain cases, a sketch will be made for you to approve before I begin the painting. Upon completion of the painting, I will send you an image before final payment. At either time, you may request changes if needed. I want you to be happy with your painting!
YUPO® is a synthetic paper that I have recently started using for some of my watercolor paintings. I like the spontaneous effects and brilliant color that result with this paper. I also like the fact that it is non toxic even during production. All paintings on this substrate are identified as YUPO paintings in the description.

This tree-free paper is made from inorganic compounds and is 100% recyclable. It is waterproof, so it does not buckle when wet as ordinary watercolor paper will during the painting process or when displayed in humid conditions. The paper is produced without the use of toxic materials that can harm the environment. Its primary raw materials are carbon and hydrogen, so it does not emit toxic chlorine gas.

Baby Chicks Print on Paper Purple Flowers 8x10 Unframed Watercolor Art by Janet Zeh

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: acid free Somerset Velvet watercolor paper, or Kodak Endura Professional Photo Paper, brilliant permanent archival inks
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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