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Puffin with its Sea Catch of the Day Print

Puffin with its Sea Catch of the Day Print


A beautiful original Giclee digital inkjet print by Cornwall based artist Ruth Proudfoot Smith. Produced on archival grade paper to museum quality standard, this A4 image celebratesA beautiful mounted square print by Cornwall based artist Ruth Proudfoot Smith. This celebrates an eye- catching puffin, one of the beautiful birds that can occasionally be seen around the Cornish coast. The print replicates the distinctive colouring of the plumage and replicates the texture of the free machine-stitching technique, adding a hand-drawn style to the image. 

Art mounted using FSC paper supporting responsible forestry sources. This print is from a small limited edition, and signed  by the artist.

Dimensions: 30.5cm (width) x 30.5cm (height)

Weight: 0.162kg

Postal cat (RM ): sm parcel


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    All designs are individually made and hand printed, therefore may vary slightly from product to product. I source materials from my immediate locality here in the SouthWest, including using good local printers and framers.

    My original and large framed prints are housed in environmentally recycled material using locally-sourced 'Polcore' moulding. I am endeavouring to use 90% recycled packaging from pre-used sources. As my business grows, so will my compostable boxing and wrapping.

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