This triptych depicts keystone species from along Oregons wilderness coastline. It is one of the rare colored background I have produced as well as employing pairings of different colors and values to create depth. Its like an aquarium but with out the maintenance and fish food!
Overall Size: 62"w X 12.25"h (With 1” spaces in between panels)
Each Individual Panel is 20"w x 12.25"h
This image comes on a 1- 5/8” deep panel made from FSC Birch, printed with archival inks, and sealed with matte varnish and UV coating.
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