Giclee on Somerset Velvet 330gsm Paper. Edition of 25. 60x60cm. Signed, numbered and stamped by the Artist. This piece is tapping into the plight of the endangered Golden Poison Dart Frog which is shown partially disappearing into the ether, with the drips going upward hinting at the frogs mythical symbolism. The remaining numbers of this frog remain a mystery as they are so minute and hard to find in their native habitat, so the artist has depicted the frog on a much larger scale to draw attention to its plight. This stunning creature has been depicted in hyper-real detail to show its intrinsic beauty, and put against a deep bright blue background to highlight its stunning. This piece is also featured in Louise McNaught's best selling book 'Survival' via Big Picture Press and sponsored by TUSK.org, which you can see in the additional photos…

We offer two beautiful framing choices on our artwork, of either a 38mm flat white natural wooden grain frame with a white mount backing and plexiglass, or a 38mm black flat natural wooden grain frame, with black mount backing and plexiglass. These modern choices compliment the artwork perfectly and suit most decors.

We can also deliver framed prints overseas with the 'plexi-glass overseas' option (postage included).

Born Slippy

£250.00Price
Frame

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