Prints are archival, plant based, museum quality, printed on a beautifully etched cotton rag paper. Prints are sold un-matted and unframed. All sizes are the full size of the print, including a one inch border around the image. Conservation Prints are hand signed by Kimerlee. All prints have a slight sepia tone hand crafted and unique to Kimerlee’s works.
Because prints are very fragile, they shouldn't be stored in the tube for extended periods of time. Make sure to open the package within 24-48 hrs of receiving it and take it to a professional framer as soon as possible for opening and archival dry mounting. Handling your large print yourself could result in wrinkles or tears. In the unlikely event of damage, please see policy HERE.
FRAMING: It is not uncommon for prints to have a strong curl to them when first unrolled. Discuss with your professional framer about dry-mounting your print, using archival materials only, to ensure it will remain flat once framed.
PLACEMENT: All artworks should not be placed in direct sunlight to avoid any fading over time.
(Within the Continental United States)
Unframed Conservation prints are a flat rate of $15 dollars.
Unframed Limited Edition prints 24 x 36 - 36 x 54 are a flat rate of $40.00 dollars.
Unframed Limited Editions prints 40 x 60 - 60 x 90 are a flat rate of $75.00 dollars.
ABOUT THE PIECE
Really, that is what she is called which makes me love the image even more, but wait...
She is from the famed Onaqui wild horse management area. Last July, she was captured during the tragic round up that stripped this area of about 70% of the horses here.
Snowy had been chased by helicopter into a trap site, where then they separate mares and stallions immediately, foals even get separated until the BLM can figure out who pairs with who. Snowy was not settling well.
She wanted no part of this operation, as no wild horse does. However, as any strong female knows, often times we need to take matters into our own hands. And that is what this reslienent strong creature did. From a stand still she jumped a 6 foot panel and took her freedom back.
Revisiting the area this past October, in an effort to heal from witnessing the round up, and paying respect to those who lost their freedom and those who remain. I awoke one snowy morning, while incredibly cold and windy, there was no way I was not going to look for her. She was extremely shy, on high alert, and kept trying to get her band to flee further away so I waited patiently freezing, to try and capture a soft moment in time with her amongst the falling snow.
Let her inspire you.
20% WILL SUPPORT THE AMERICAN WILD HORSE CAMPAIGN
ART has a voice
Saving Wild Horses & Burros with Every Print.
Giving you the opportunity to spark the conversation for conservation with beautiful artwork in your space.