Floated & Framed Running Wild Collection: A Hard Stare: Fox Cub, Norfolk Limited Edition Fine Art Print
Floated & Framed Running Wild Collection: A Hard Stare: Fox Cub, Norfolk Limited Edition of 50 Fine Art Print
Enquiring eyes study, then scamper back to mother’s guard.
Limited edition prints are available in Utopia’s signature style - a sandwich of sealed glass that reveals the wall behind, creating a floating effect that harnesses the wall behind as a picture mount.
The print is displayed with a torn edge in a wide, deep textured black/brown wooden frame.
Special brass fixings are supplied in order to hang the picture without the need of a cord or wire.
2 sizes available
MEDIUM picture height 77cm x width 47cm x depth 3cm £400
LARGE picture height 99cm x width 59cm x depth 3cm £500
Utopia: The Unexpected Gallery presents a collection of fine art prints from original black and white drawings by multi-award winning artist Jac Scott. Inspired by the beautiful Norfolk landscape the sensitive renderings capture both a love of nature and a contemporary approach to drawing.
We only use the best quality materials to showcase our artwork
Signed, catalogued, limited edition of 50, fine art prints, framed or unframed.
Scott's original drawings are reproduced as giclée prints - a fine art digital printing process combining pigment based inks with high quality archival quality paper to achieve an inkjet print of superior archival quality, light fastness and stability.
The prints are created by specialist fine art printers and members of the Fine Art Trade Guild, on Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308 gsm 100% white cotton artist’s paper. The paper has a lightly defined felt structure with a premium matt coating: perfect for detailed work. An acid & lignin-free classic with age resistance: specially designed for Fine Art applications.
All our framing is by a local professional framer with over 30 years experience.
Multi-award winning artist Jac Scott, a member of the Royal Society of Sculptors, approaches drawing in a similar vein to that of the traditional building process of creating a sculpture. The rhythm of multiple marks both build and extract until a form evolves from the ground. Her technique is paradoxically quick in hand movement yet slow to build.
PLEASE NOTE that due to the heavy weight and amount of the glass in this item it is unsuitable for standard delivery. Therefore it is only available for collection from the gallery. If you wish to have it delivered, then please email us as we can recommend a reliable personal courier to quote a price for you.