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She Walks in Beauty, Collaboration Artwork, Okapi

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She Walks in Beauty is a mixed media painting with a sense of humor. The okapi is turned to show its stripes and looking back at the viewer, which only draws even more attention to its stripes (and swagger). The okapi stands in front of a golden moon both to finish the line of the poem ("...like the night.") and to add an obvious pun.

The okapi is the only relative of the giraffe in the animal kingdom and are know for their gorgeous umber hues and sassy pants.

Dimensions including frame: 17x21 inches

Mixed media on paper.
Framed.

This painting is part of the Contralateral Eye project Sarah Soward and Ashli Kingfisher collaborated on for an exhibition at Buuni in New York.

Materials

Mixed Media on paper. Matted and framed.

Dimensions

17 x 21 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).
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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.

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

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