Serenade - hedgehog prints
Serenade - hedgehog prints
Serenade - hedgehog prints
Serenade - hedgehog prints
Olivia Beaumont Fine Art

Serenade - hedgehog prints

Regular price $24.95 $0.00

"Serenade" by Olivia Beaumont. A wee hedgehog plays a beautiful melody, just for you.



Create an art space that transports you into a gilded fairy tale adventure. Art by Olivia Beaumont will evoke an enchanted world where richly dressed animal figures add whimsy, mystery, and humor to your walls.

Your art includes:

• Archival epson inks

• Giclée prints – this is just a fancy word for a superior ink-jet print

• A transparent protective sleeve for paper prints

• An info card about the artist


Specs and Sizing:

• Select size from the dropdown menu

• Select “Regular Print” or “Canvas Print” (see below for details)

• Turn around time is approximately 3-5 days*

Regular Prints:
Regular prints are basically inkjet prints using superior Epson ink. We have chosen a high quality semi-matte fine art paper to best highlight the colors and details of Olivia Beaumont’s artwork. It feels a little thinner than card-stock, but still much sturdier than copy paper. They should to be framed under glass or plexi for protection from the elements. For the finest color accuracy and detail, these inkjet prints check all the boxes!

Canvas Prints:
A canvas print adds that special pop to your art because they reproduce the effect of a painting on canvas. Since the ink is printed onto canvas instead of paper, it will come mounted onto wooden bars. It can be framed, but glass is not recommended. For smaller canvases the sides will be about 5/8” thick. For canvases over 16x20” the edge will be 1.5” They will also come signed by the artist on the back.

*Canvas prints over 16x20” may take 2-3 weeks.

Thanks so much for stopping by my shop and please let me know if you have any other questions, I am here and happy to help!

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TONI MOORE
HE IS DELIGHTFUL!

I purchased him in an art gallery in Savannah in the fall of 2020. He's been matted and framed and resides in a central hallway in my home where I pass by and admire him dozens of times each day. I can see the light shining softly off his quills and the passion for the music he plays is apparent in his eyes. Sometimes I imagine what classical piece he might be playing. I can hear it vaguely but can't quite place it. He is absolutely delightful and everyone who sees him in my home agrees with me.


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