This is a print from my “Nocturnal” series. Every piece in the series depicts a nocturnal animal with some element related to nighttime!
I originally made this with watercolor, graphite, and iridescent paint. I then scanned and printed it in my home studio using all archival pigment inks on acid-free matte photo paper, with a white border to make framing easy. Pigment inks and paper are rated to last at least 90 years.
Available as an 8×10 or 11×14 (both standard sizes for framing!)
This print is in landscape format.
Each piece comes signed and will be shipped flat in a clear cello sleeve with a sturdy backing.
The two-toed sloth lives in Central and South America and spends most of its life hanging upside down from a tree. They are slowest mammals on the planet, and algae grow on their fur, helping to camouflage them. They cannot walk and must drag themselves across the ground when they descend from the trees.