TITLE: "Broken Heart"
A detailed pen and ink drawing a black raven. He wears a broken heart around his neck proudly, to show that he has lost, but still has loved. It is an illustration of the saying, "It is better to have loved and lost, than never to have loved at all." This print began as a detailed ink drawing in my sketchbook, then the drawing was scanned and colored digitally for a crisp and colorful print.
✭This image comes as a fine art print, or as a wood art block. Please choose your size and product options from the drop-down menu above.
ABOUT OUR WOOD ART BLOCKS:
➤ all wood blocks are made by hand by me in my studio.
➤ each has beautiful, unique wood grain edges. No two are alike.
➤ they are meant to be displayed without a frame. - ready to hung right out of the box.
➤ comes with a title label on the back with the title of the photograph.
➤ a protective finish is applied over the front of the art, giving it a subtle brush stroke surface and seals it from dust and moisture resulting in a very long-lasting art piece.
ABOUT OUR ART PRINTS:
➤ comes signed and titled by the artist
➤ this is a print, not an original
➤ all prints are professionally printed using archival inks on bright white matte paper.
➤ all orders are shipped flat in a bend-proof mailer with tracking information provided.
➤ shown framed for display suggestion, it does not come framed.
1-3 business days
Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. I'm not responsible for delays due to customs.
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We sell our full line of prints, wood art blocks, and greeting cards as wholesale options and participate in Etsy's wholesale program. Please contact us for wholesale inquiries.
We often work with customers on custom orders, and we are happy to accommodate specific size or color needs. Please contact us with your customization needs.
Feb 15, 2017
Always clean and precise work, as if the wonderful bird was painted right on to the wood, thank you again