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Roseate Spoonbill Fledging Plays Hand Embellished Giclee Painting

Barbara Fallenbaum

Barbara Fallenbaum's Signature Framed Giclee of a Roseate Spoonbill learning to fly.   A fledgling is a young bird that has grown enough to acquire its flight feathers and is preparing to leave the nest and care for itself.  They are capable of flying but are clumsy at it.  In this case the landing was good but our Roseate was not too sure about it.  A Roseate Spoonbill fledgling is still fairly light in color and has not lost all of it feathers on their head.

      • A hand painted giclee takes it to the next level, by having the artist hand embellish the print by painting on it.  This adds originality making the giclee painting more unique.  A good remarque further blurs the line between an original and a giclee.  They are then mounted into a custom frames (made in our studio) with a cream/metallic crackle finish.  Acrylic is mounted above the Giclee Painting with metal standoffs.  Each one is signed and numbered so that there is only a limited number of these.  Each one being a Unique Original.

      • There are two size options: Image measures 17" x 23" with frame 22" x 28"  x 1.5" deep or Image size 11" x 14" with frame 17" x 20" x 1.5” deep

      • Limited Editions of 250

      • The logo watermark that you may see on your screen will not be on the print you receive.

      • Complete satisfaction is our goal and if you are not satisfied with the purchase, please call our studio with any questions and we will do our very best to assist you. Prints may be returned in excellent condition within 5 days of receiving the artwork. The buyer is responsible for the shipping and insurance costs.

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