Painting of a Gypsy Hen protecting her young on the streets of Key West. Chickens that roam the streets of Key West are descendants of jungle fowl that originated in Cuba and the Caribbean islands.
They were brought to the island as food and for gaming.
Many escaped their enclosures or were released when gaming became illegal.
Now you find them everywhere…restaurants, stores, beach, poolside you name it they are there in all their colorful glory.
We saw this trio on one of our visits, thought they were so cute I couldn't resist painting them.
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 my studio) with our Signature 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 the image. Each one being a Unique Original.
- Image measures 17" x 23" with frame 22" x 28" x 1.5" deep
- The logo watermark that you may see on your screen will not be on the print you receive.
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