When a bunch of blue jays get together, you know it. This one particular section of a tree in my backyard is a favorite place for jam sessions. Suddenly this morning, many trees are nearly bare, including this section of a mulberry, and the jays were out there this morning, noising it out like a random atonal brass quintet.
The original of this painting was part of my exhibit “Winter White”. I also offer this art:
as a card in my Backyard Birds series
as a print along with my other backyard birds in my Wildlife Artwork Gallery.
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This art is “Jammin’ Jay Blues”, pastel, 6″ x 6″ on self-prepared pastel paper. The original is sold but I offer prints on paper and canvas as well as greeting cards.
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Shipping within the US is included in all the prices listed. All shipping is via Priority Mail. Prints are shipped flat in a rigid envelope. Canvases are shipped in a box to fit with padding. Since this original is small it is also shipped in a box with extra padding.
The giclees are printed on acid-free hot press art paper for a smooth matte finish using archival inks. Giclee is the highest quality print available because the technique uses a dozen or more ink ports to capture all the nuances of the original painting, including details of the texture, far more sensitive than any other printing medium. Sometimes my giclees look so much like my originals that even I have a difficult time telling them apart when they are in frames.
I don’t keep giclee prints in stock for most of my works. Usually I have giclees printed as they are ordered unless I have an exhibit where I’ll be selling a particular print so there is a wait of up to two weeks before receipt of your print to allow for time to print and ship.
Digital prints are made on acid-free matte-finish natural white 100# cover using archival digital inks. While digital prints are not the quality of a giclee in capturing every nuance and detail of color, texture and shading, I am still very pleased with the outcome and usually only I as the artist, could tell where detail and color were not as sharp as the original.
I sometimes have at least one of the smaller sizes of canvases on hand but usually order canvases as they are ordered because customers often want a custom size. Smaller canvases are a 3/4″ in depth, Canvases 12 x 16 and larger are 1-1/2″ in depth. I set them up so the image runs from edge to edge, then the sides either show the remainder edges of the painting or I slip in a color that coordinates with the painting.
Cards are 5 x 7 printed on 12 pt. C1S, blank inside and available with a matching envelope. This art also has a square card option at 5 x 5 with a matching envelope.Other items with the same art or design To find all items on this site with the same art or design, use the search box for the name of the artwork and you'll find all that's available.
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