Museum quality prints by Shaun and Amy Duncan.

Saturday, September 15, 2012

Cave Nectar Bat art print.

Presenting our third print edition - a Cave Nectar Bat that Amy drew to scale in graphite pencil from a taxidermied specimen. This drawing was made for Empty Night Skies, a group art show in Philadelphia that was co-organised by friend and fellow artist Jeanne D'Angelo. The show featured contributions from around the globe, and all the proceeds from the art sold was donated to a charity for the conservation of bats. Jeanne and co were inspired to raise money for this cause after discovering that a new disease called White Nose Syndrome was wiping out enormous populations of America's bats. To continue in the spirit of the original purpose for which it was drawn, $20 from the sale of each print will be donated to Bat Conservation International.



This greyscale image is roughly 25cm x 14cm or 10" x 5.5", and centred on a spacious A3 page (42cm x 29.7cm or16.5" x 11.7") with both common and Latin names type-set underneath. Printed with Epson Ultrachrome K3 pigment inks on Canson Rag Photographique 210 gsm paper, each one is signed in graphite pencil on the bottom right corner, and embossed with our leaping bunny logo on the bottom left. All materials used to create and package these are of archival quality, so your print can be safely stored in it’s original packaging until you have it framed. Also included is a hand signed certificate of authenticity. Prints will be rolled with a sheet of protective tissue paper and shipped in a sturdy postage tube. This is an open edition print.



 



$75 AUD, postage included.

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