"Be like the fox who makes more tracks than necessary, some in the wrong direction. Practice resurrection." -Part of "Manifesto: The Mad Farmer Liberation Front" by Wendell Berry
Penned with J. Herbin ink, a beautiful old French ink that's been around since the 1700's and who's maker, a sailor named J. Herbin made ink for Louis XIV, and Victor Hugo. Also used is a rich walnut brown ink made by hand by the owners of Monograph Bookwerks from the walnuts from their tree in Portland, Oregon.
The print is a 6" x 8" archival giclée print on my favorite creamy Hahnemuhl watercolor paper.
The original is hand lettered on beautiful cream colored 6"x8" Arches cotton rag laid paper.comes unframed, packaged flat and safe in archival tissue and hard envelope.
*framing notes--since I like to go right up to the edge of my paper with detail, I recommend a floating mount. If you have any questions I’m happy to help!