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Blue Whale - Song of the Sea– 10x8”

Crafty Coast

£14.99

"Song of the Sea"

A solitary blue whale majestically and determinedly makes its way to the light.

The Blue Whale, Balaenoptera musculus, is the largest animal ever to grace our planet. They live up to 80 - 90 years old, their diet consisting almost exclusively of tiny shimp-like krill. These slow and graceful swimmers are often solitary, yet they use their haunting songs to communicate with each other, sometimes as far as 1000 miles away. No matter how far apart they are from each other, no matter how vast the distance, they are only ever a whale song away from each other.


Makes a great addition to any whale lover's or coastal lover's home. Also makes a great gift for a loved one far away across the miles, to remind each other you are only ever a whale song apart from each other.

The Print
From Tracy Beattie’s original artwork, the prints are produced using long-term fade resistant pigment inks and smooth matte archival quality paper.

The Mount
Written in pencil on each mount are the words "Song of the Sea"
They are mounted in a soft white, high quality acid free, conservation quality mount, with a 1.4mm bevel cut aperture, cream core, pH neutral board.
This is finished with a 1mm PH neutral cream core backing board.
Each print is individually packaged in a 40 micron cellophane bag, with a Crafty Coast sticker on the bottom right corner of the removable cellophane bag.

Size
The outer dimensions of the mount measures 10x8 inches, while the inner aperture featuring the print measures 7x5 inches.
The mounted print is ready for framing , and easily fits in a standard 10x8" frame.
Please note frames are not included.

Colour reproduction
While every effort has been made to show accurate colour production, due to differences in individual screens, the colour of the prints may vary slightly from the colour on your screen.

All Crafty Coast items are personally designed and made in Tracy Beattie’s studio on Northern Ireland's scenic North Coast.

 

© Tracy Beattie - All rights remain with the artist