In middle school band, I had the rare distinction of being a seventeenth-chair clarinet player. I’m not sure that most bands even have a seventeenth chair, but ours was especially large.
One afternoon one my friends who played the flute let me try to play. I have always admired the beauty of the instrument, but I’m sure that my creations were a little less than lovely. I’ll consider this little doodle going towards redeeming my less-than-graceful sounds that afternoon.
This print of my original work is printed on is hot pressed, 100% cotton paper. It is professionally printed with archival pigment inks that significantly enhance the visual brilliance of the color in the image. These inks also have a substantial longevity that keeps your print beautiful for generations. It's accented with white gold and then varnished and waxed.
Original art is in my studio, print will take 2 weeks to prepare.