"Amethyst Fisher" - 16"x20" Limited Edition Giglee Print, embellished

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print of a purple dragon sits on a twisted tree with a fish on the coast
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print of a purple dragon sits on a twisted tree with a fish on the coast
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"Amethyst Fisher" - 16"x20" Limited Edition Giglee Print, embellished

75.00

Limited Edition prints are made locally in Bellevue, Washington, where the artist works directly with a professional printer for gorgeous high-quality prints that will stand the test of time. Unlike the open edition prints which are always printed at 11x17 inches, the Limited Edition series are printed at the size of the original painting without any cropping or editing to fit a different format. These prints will be the very closest to the original painting as you can get!

Only a very low number of prints are kept on hand due to the cost of printing. Therefore there are two listings, one is for prints currently in stock which will be shipped within the usual 3-5 business days.
The listing marked as “Pre-Order” will require 1-2 weeks from time of order for processing.


Details:

  • IMAGE Size: 14" wide x 18″ tall

  • PAPER Size: 16" wide x 20" tall

  • Hand embellished with acrylic paint to give it the feel of the original artwork

  • Printed on archival high grade fine art paper with archival pigment based ink

  • Signed and numbered by Katie Croonenberghs

  • Limited to 50 Copies

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The story of Orca’s Journey

She was the only one she knew of that looked like her.

Even when she was small, she couldn't remember ever seeing another like her, but she was never alone. She was surrounded by family, a pod, who raised her and protected her. She may have arms where they did not, hair when they had none, and her colors were wild and vibrant while theirs were simply black and white. But that did not matter, because they were her family.

She never really knew her name, at least not until she heard it spoken to her one day - not in the tongue of her pod, but in the tongue of man.

One cold afternoon the mermaid was swimming with her family. They were chasing some fish and having fun when she came up to the surface to splash as the others breached the water's surface.

"ORCA!"

She heard a voice in the distance. How odd, was it a human voice?

The mermaid circled under the water, wondering if what she heard through the waves and the splashes and joyous ruckus of the others was really what she heard.

"ORCA! OVER THERE!" the voice came again, and there were others this time, repeating the same word. They must be shouting at her, perhaps? Were they calling to her? Orca. Was that her name then, for them to be calling that way. Yes. That must be true, her name was Orca.