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Garnet, Rhino

Regular price $80.00 USD
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Title: Garnet
Series: A Rhino in Every Home

Laser-engraved/Laser-cut Fabric
5x3.25 inches (Rhino)
9x7 inches (Frame)

Bold and beautiful Garnet is a deep and slightly muted teal with patterned horns. The horns alternate between garnet and bright, scarlet red.
The mat is off white with a mottled color effect. The frame is black painted wood with cool undertones.
The first image is with very green holly to show that the main fabric color is not really green. 
This frame is ready to hang. 

These lasered rhinos are a Reduce/Reuse/Recycle project. As much as possible, previously owned materials are used to create these mixed media pieces.
Please keep fine art and prints out of direct sunlight and UV light.

The watermark is not present on the original artwork. It is for copyright protection purposes.




5x3.25 inches

Care Instructions

Display your artwork out of direct sunlight in a dry location and enjoy!

When handling artwork, make sure your hands are clean and hold it from the sides, back, or a display mechanism if one is attached (like a frame or mat on paintings and prints, and a base on a sculpture).
Please keep artwork and prints out of direct sunlight.

Please do not get artwork wet.

Refrain from touching the surface of artwork. The oils from skin can discolor or damage artwork.

Shipping & Returns


Free shipping is available for original artwork and limited edition prints shipped within the contiguous United States.

All print-on-demand shipments will have a shipping charge added based on their size and weight. These ship directly to you from my printing partners located in the U.S., Europe, Mexico, and more!

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Returns and Exchanges

I want you to be happy with your purchase. Please contact me right away if you would like to make a return.

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Wild at Art

Wildlife art is a language of love, hope, and determination.

I painted my first rhino in 1999. There is no stopping me.