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Country folk know the hottest time of day in midsummer isn't noon—it's two hours before evening. The air has been heating all day, the clouds have fled, and the sun pounds down with unmitigated force on the wide rippling waters of Elk Creek, just before it joins the wide Clark Fork river. There on the bank stand wild grasses, waist-high, their leaves soaking in the hot sunlight with the same placid eagerness that their roots soak in the water. The translucent blades fold and twist on each other, reflecting sunlight and casting barred shadows, as close to pointed flames as green plants can be.
• Based on an original graphite drawing
• Artist examines and approves all files before printing
• 100%, 30 day money-back guarantee
• Printed using archival inks, which are laboratory tested and estimated to last up to 300 years under certain conditions*
• Acid free paper is heavy and free of acidic lignin to resist fading, yellowing, and cracking
• Heirloom-quality prints
• Prints are carefully wrapped and packaged by hand to prevent damage in transit
• Gorgeous prints closely match the tones and values of the original drawing
*Based on Wilhelm Imaging Research’s paper Canon image PROGRAF iPF6100 and Canon LUCIA Pigment Inks, released 6/15/09. PDF report available upon request.
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