Karen Talbot Art Wide-Band Clownfish Adult Swimming Limited Edition Giclee Information
This ready-to-frame watercolor and pen & ink limited edition giclee print of a swimming adult wide-band clownfish is double matted in an ivory buffered and pH neutral mat with gold reveal. Commissioned for inclusion in Matthew Pedersen's summer 2011 article on the species in CORAL Magazine, this "more painterly" version of the species departs slightly from Karen's more traditional scientific illustration work but certainly inspires the "Latezonatus Lust" of which Pedersen writes in the article. Printed on heavy artist watercolor paper with archival pigment inks, this giclee is one of only 30 printed. It is hand-signed, titled and numbered by Karen and arrives packaged in an acid-free clear bag with an acid-free and pH neutral backboard comprised of 100% recycled content.
This giclee print is ready for framing in a standard sized 16 Inch x 20 Inch frame, or you can purchase it framed in a beautiful walnut frame. This print is also available framed or unframed as an open edition print in an 11 Inch x 14 Inch mat.
In addition to being a scientific illustrator, artist Karen Talbot is an avid aquarist and diver. Her paintings of tropical and temperate reef fishes are the result of hours spent observing her subjects both in aquaria and in their natural environments. Published in books and magazines and collected by aquarists, divers, fisheries biologists, and anyone passionate about the beauty associated with reef life, Karen's tropical and temperate reef life paintings are the perfect accompaniment to the wall adjacent to an aquarium. They also work equally well in an office, study, classroom, or any other room where a reminder of the wondrous world beneath the sea's surface will be appreciated.
Each of Karen's paintings are available as a hand-signed and titled open edition 11 Inch x14 Inch print or as a highly-collectible hand-signed, titled and numbered 16 Inch x 20 Inch limited edition print. A conservation artist, Karen donates 10% to conserving the ecosystems in which the animals that inspire her life.
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