This is a limited edition giclee print of Heidi Meier's textile artwork 'Seahorse 005', depicting a blue gingham seahorse with two yellow angelfish.
This makes an original gift for both boys and girls, and we have also sold this design to grown ups for themselves(!!).
The print is one of an edition of 250, signed by the artist and mounted with a cream quality acid free mount, cello wrapped for protection and ready for you to chose your frame. (Please note the Frame is NOT included!)
The print size is A4, with the mount the size increases to 16 inches by 12 inches (410mm by 310mm approx).
The paper is high quality 310gsm 100% cotton acid-free fine art paper, printed producing a striking 2880dpi print.
This is a lovely print of a beautiful fabric embroidered picture and is a great gift for Christenings, Naming Ceremonies, Birthdays, new baby etc. There are five different sea horse prints available at present, so if you wanted you could choose two or three or more to match the decor of your nursery or room. Or you could mix and match with our Jellyfish and Anemones prints too.
Many of my customers at craft shows have to look closely before they realise this is not a textile picture!
I wanted to make affordable versions of the original artworks available, and these look fabulous framed as a focal point or a set of three in a nursery, playroom or living room. You may find that once you have lived with these prints you love them so much that you are drawn to invest in an original...
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