Golden Eagle Fine Art Print – Eye of Kona
Golden eagle mandala fine art, titled Eye of Kona, is printed on 12″ by 12″ acid-free, cotton rag paper using pigment inks. Created using a photo of Kona, the resident golden eagle at the Deep Creek Lake State Park Aviary near McHenry, Maryland.
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Golden eagle mandala fine art print on acid-free cotton fiber paper using pigment inks. Print is 12" by 12" with 1" white border, exactly as shown. Prints are wrapped in tissue or packaged in a plastic sleeve, sandwiched between sheets of cardboard or backer board, and shipped flat in a stiffened bubble mailer. Free shipping is included. Tracking and insurance are included.
About the Paper. I print on Red River Paper’s Aurora Art Natural 250, an acid-free, 100% cotton paper made in the U.S. This paper has a distinctive elegance and warmth, with a natural white tone and semi-smooth surface. Aurora Art Natural 250 contains no optical brighteners.
About the Inks. I use pigment inks, which resist fading. If you frame your print using UV acylic or glass and hang it away from bright light, the chances of it fading before fifty years have elapsed is very low. Your print will stay vibrant throughout your lifetime and beyond.
About the artwork.The digital collage on this card, titled Eye of Kona, was created from this photograph of Kona, the resident golden eagle at the Deep Creek Lake State Park Aviary in western Maryland. This artwork was inspired by depictions of the Egyptian Eye of Horus, a symbol of protection, health, and restoration.
Kona is bold and intense, just like the coffee blend for which he was named. After being shot, his right wing was amputated, curtailing his ability to hunt. Golden eagles enjoy a diet of mammals and other birds, and commonly prey on rabbits, squirrels, grouse, pheasants, ducks, geese and even full-grown wild turkeys. They also enjoy snakes and lizards, will prey on foxes, coyotes, wolves!, and won’t pass up a carrion feast. Although Kona can no longer hunt, he enjoys playing with toys and can snatch a tennis ball from the air like nobody’s business.
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