Perched atop a mountain in Jasper, Alberta, these two curly-horned sheep were spotted. They hopped around, frolicked and climbed higher as I begged them to "hold still" for a picture from the sunroof of my truck. I painted them in polkadots and colours which portrayed the party that I clearly thought they were engaged in. Never Quite As It Seems brings me back to the reality that they probably had "stuff to do", an agenda that for a moment in time was paused and the joy of life flowed.
These fine art prints have been created in "editions" (an "edition" is the number of actual reproductions made) and have been signed and numbered by the artist. These limited edition prints are of exceptional quality, and far superior to "open edition" prints. They have been printed on museum grade archival papers (100% acid free, cotton rag) and are meticulously printed with the highest quality inks to show the incredible detail inherent in the original work of art, making them 200 year archival quality. Each print comes with a signed and numbered certificate of authenticity.
This print is available on Epsom museum grade paper, signed and ready to frame. It is available in two size options:
- 10.5" x 10.5" + 0.75" white border (final size = 12" x 12")
- 21" x 21" + 1.5" white border (final size = 24" x 24")