‘Two Jays’ has its origins in ten minutes spent watching these beautiful corvids bouncing around the primroses and fritillaries in a garden in the village of Saltaire. Saltaire (West Yorkshire, England) was built by Titus Salt in the 19th century to house the workers for his large textile mill and is now a World Heritage Site.
This print is made on Inbe Epais paper with oil-based inks. It is presented 'loose' (ie unframed and without a mount) but send me a message with your frame size if you would like to discuss the addition of a hand-cut mount.
Please note that under 'dimensions' the first measurements are approximations of the paper size and the second set (actual image size) reflect the size of the printed area.
hand carved lino and oil based ink