Artwork Description

Giclée on paper

Signed and numbered with a certificate of authenticity.

Created to capture the magic of the moonlight as it falls on the rolling hills of farmland. While all is peaceful and still, secretly it comes to life. Wonder is stirred in the story of this image as the eye begins at the top right corner with the trees, then travels to the bunny and down to the farmhouse, lit by one bright star. The intention was to carry the reader into the story as this image is the cover for one of my children's books.

The original illustration was created in watercolour for the children's book titled 'Hush Say the Stars'. A beautiful lullaby, bedtime story written by Margaret Spurling, published by Little Book Press.

The image size is 48.5cm wide x 20cm high, surrounded by an additional 5cm border on each side. This allows plenty of room for your framer to add a matt and complimenting frame of your choice. Rich in colour, this print would be an absolute delight in a child's room or to bring a feeling of country in to the home.

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Medium

A limited edition fine art print, printed on Archival Bauhaus True Rag Etching Paper 310 gsm - 100% Cotton Rag

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Unframed (requires framing)

This artwork is unframed and requires framing.

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