Language of the Birds

March – Language of the Birds


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Product Description

Tying together themes, symbols and threads from Ancient Egypt and its influence on Alchemy, winged messengers of knowledge from various cultures around the world and their relation to an underlying connection to serpent knowledge, March’s image in the Magical Calendar project is Language of the Birds.

Featured is a detail of the final image.  The full image will be revealed first to those who purchase the print.  The original is a mixed media piece consisting of collage, gouache, acrylic paint, charcoal, watercolor pencils and ink.

For some information regarding influences and inspiration for this image, please read this post.

This single print printed as an archival pigment print on a heavy weight (310 gm) museum quality 100% cotton rag paper with no optical brighteners (for archival purposes), signed and numbered in a limited edition of only 13.  Numbered prints will be sold in order.

In order to assist those who wish to collect the entire year’s worth of prints, those who purchase any print will have early access to purchase others throughout the year.  For example, if you purchase the January print, you will have the ability to purchase the February print one day before the general public.

As an additional bonus, anyone collecting the entire year’s calendar will also receive for free an additional 13th print not available for purchase otherwise.

Orders in the the United States will be shipped flat, orders outside of the United States will be shipped in mailing tubes in order to easy the burden of International shipping.  If you would prefer your print to be shipped flat, please contact me to calculate additional shipping rates.

Please note:  this sale is for the January image only.  As this is a year-long project, there is no way to purchase the entire calendar at once.

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