Featuring Unique Artwork from The Exclusive ‘Bella Inspired Wildlife Collection’…
Spike the Pelican by Bella Chartrand, 2015. watercolor 12-1/8” x 16-1/8”.
“I love how Spike’s ‘spiked’ head feathers glisten as he relaxes in the warmth of the Sun after a mid-day dip in the Ocean…” – Bella Chartrand
‘Bella Style’ Realism Images of ‘The Bella Inspired Wildlife Collection’ have been noted by her art patrons as being akin to the Famous Realist Artist, John James Audubon, from the 18th Century.
The photo below is the actual photo that inspired Bella to paint ‘Spike the Pelican’; taken by Richard H. Stewart aka ‘Ocean Boy’, editor of Wyland OCEAN REALM Journal.
Original SOLD $5,000.00. Provenance: Private Collector, Palm Beach, Florida, USA.
Giclées Available to Buy Now:
Cameo Edition 36″ x 42″ Limited to 1 Worldwide $1,999
Provenance Edition 28″ x 32″ Limited to 20 Worldwide $999
Platinum Edition 20″ x 24″ Limited to 100 Worldwide $777
Gold Edition 16″ x 20″ Limited to 200 Worldwide $555
Silver Edition 12″ x 16″ Limited to 250 Worldwide $333
All Paintings (frame not included) and Limited Edition Hand-Signed, Numbered Giclées come with a COA (“Certificate of Authenticity”) and a personalized note by Bella to YOU. Just choose the size you want and click the ‘Add to Cart’ button above now…
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What is a Giclée?
Giclée (zhee-clay) n. AKA: Archival Pigment Print. 1. A method of fine art and photographic printmaking. 2. Most often associated with reproductions, a giclée is a print or multiple copy of an original work of art that was created by conventional means (painting, drawing, etc.) and then reproduced digitally via inkjet printing methods. In the case of digitally created artwork or photographs printed in this manner, each print can be considered an original, since nothing was copied to create the image. What distinguishes a giclée from other inkjet prints is that it must be printed using state-of-the-art equipment, pigmented inks and onto museum-quality, archival fine art paper or canvas.