"Loved by the Prickly Pear" Giclee Print

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"Loved by the Prickly Pear" Giclee Print

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"Loved by the Prickly Pear" giclee print is a high quality digital reproduction of an original painting from my exhibition, “Transcendence by Observation,” which showed at the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art in the spring of 2019. The media of the original work is watercolor and gouache.

Printed with Epson UltraChrome K3 ink (high density pigment ink), on acid-free 100% cotton rag Epson Velvet Fine Art Paper. The 13”x19” and 17”x22” prints are limited to editions of 100; the 8.5”x11” prints are limited to an edition of 1,000. Each print is signed and numbered. and sent with a certificate of authenticity.

 

Available in three sizes:

  • 8.5”x11” — printed image is approximately 8.125” x 10.75”

  • 13"x19" — printed image is approximately 12.75” x 16.75”

  • 17"x22" — printed image is approximately 16.5"x21.75"

 

Will be ready to ship or pick-up in Salt Lake City, UT within 1 week.**

**If you live in Salt Lake City and would like to arrange a local pick-up/drop-off enter discount code: IMLOCAL at checkout to waive the shipping & handling fee.

Context for Loved by the Prickly Pear:

Remember the wasps who made a home in the bike rack in the parking lot outside the Red Butte Amphitheater? The wasps who made a home next to a viewing bench on the creek?
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Now tell the story of the wasps who made a home in a prickly pear cactus in City Creek Canyon. And tell everyone about the aphid-looking-beetles who lived on the other side of the prickly pear. Tell them about the yellow flowers that fell and were replaced by prickly pear fruit. Remember when you ate the fruit straight from the cactus? You had needles all over your fingers, lips and legs. “Glochids” is what the dictionary called the tiny needles. As recommended, you rubbed the glochids off with pantyhose.

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You added the snails to the painting of the prickly pear. They are important. Important in a way you can’t easily articulate right now. That’s okay. You used your “artistic license” and made one of the snails left-handed like you.

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