Mercury, Limited Edition Print
Archival limited edition print of Mercury by Sarah Soward.
Mercury is part of the Stellae Errantes (Wandering Stars) elephant painting series. The series depicts the largest astronomical objects of our solar system using both scientific and mythological inspiration—and elephants. Can't forget the elephants!
In this piece, an elephant traverses great distances with the assistance of willing birds.
Two sizes available: 5x7 inches and 8x10 inches.
They are available either with or without a mat. Prints and mats are sized to fit standard frames (i.e. 5x7, 8x10, 11x14).
Frames are not included as they are for display purposes only.
Edition size for 5x7: 25
Edition size for 8x10: 25
Prints will be shipped flat.
Each print is signed and numbered by the artist. These are printed on Fuji Crystal Archive professional-grade paper with a matte finish.
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Shipping & Returns
Shipping & Returns
Free shipping is available for original artwork and limited edition prints shipped within the contiguous United States.
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