Stylized in the Haida tradition. The Haida were widely known for their art and architecture, both of which focused on the creative embellishment of wood. They decorated utilitarian objects with depictions of supernatural and other beings in a highly conventionalized style. They also produced elaborate totem poles with carved and painted crests.
This image is dedicated to anyone who has faced breast cancer and took on the challenge to beat the beast. Dedicated to my family members who fought the good fight and to those who loved them and helped them on their journey.
All Prints are printed on Watercolor Bright White Paper
A watercolor paper cold press 100% cotton rag fine art paper for prints. At 300 gsm and 19.5 mil, it has a substantial feel and weight. A watercolor style surface, created for discerning photographers and fine art printers who want to deliver creative, high-end visual impact with their work, the cold-press texture adds depth to photographs and fine art. Because of the bright white surface, the paper delivers a wide color gamut and deep blacks.