Shaded in hues of ivory and sepia, a rabbit skull with one lower jaw bone illustrates lagomorph anatomy in this natural history photograph. This female rabbit was once a visitor to our backyard years ago, raising many a brood, even allowing us to watch her nurse (this was before my husband and I were avid gardeners, and didn't mind rabbits about ;O). One day she died in my flower garden and we left her there, thinking it was a fitting place. This spring (about 7 years later) nature uncovered some of her bones beneath the spirea. I thought Sage (what we came to call her as she once nested in our herbs) deserved this unique tribute to her kind.
~COLORS: SEPIA BROWN
~MEDIUM: Archival inks printed on Velvet Fine Art paper, an archival (acid-free) 100% cotton ragg paper. Matte finish. Print signed.
~SIZE: 11" x 14" photographic print with a white border for easy framing.
~SHIPPING: Ships FLAT via USPS. Print is protected in a plastic archival sleeve.
Each print is made from an original image created by me and personally printed by me on professional grade Epson Velvet Fine Art Paper. Oversize prints (larger than 13 x 19) are printed by a professional lab and may take around 2 weeks in the US to receive, depending upon your location.
Only the highest quality archival inks are used. Every print is signed.