Print of my original chicken painting “Chicken Stroll”
About the painting Chicken Stroll (Print): This print is a reproduction of my original miniature acrylic painting of a chicken just taking a country stroll.
This fancy little guy is part of a series I call “Cluckin’ and a Crowin'”. I imagine this one, a Bantam I think, as just out for a little stroll while he looks for his next dinner.
Chickens just crack me up. They are almost robotic in nature the way they move and tick and click. I drive by a house on the way to my son’s school where they let their chickens out sometimes and it never ceases to make me slow down, look at them and smile.
About the printing process: Chromogenic color prints are full-color photographic prints made using chromogenic materials and processes, just like your photos you have processed. The print you will receive is matted and ready for you to take off the protective plastic sleeve and frame it to add a touch of the tropics to your space.
About the paper: Kodak Supra Endura photographic paper has an extraordinary color gamut and state-of-the art image stability. I prefer two of the four papers available, one is the matte the other being the metallic.
Most prints are on the matte photographic paper. But sometimes the painting just seems like it will glow and jump off the paper when using metallic paper, so on the paintings I feel the metallic would work well on, I include that as an option for you.
Metallic paper prints are a budget-friendly way to create modern wall art. Metallic paper provides an exceptionally vibrant print with the shine and shimmer of metal. This highly durable paper is mostly white with a signature metallic finish, making it ideal for a wide range of images. Please allow for a few extra days for a metallic print.
I do commission paintings if you are wanting an original of your own. Please let me know if I can paint you a version or if there is a special subject you would like to have painted. See more about commissions on my about page.
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