This Polar Bear Print is a stand against the societal division towards global warming. Created with dopplar radar formations and the smog of industry, a polar bear is shown. This piece is meant to show that we are missing the big picture as we waste time debating one another over the existence of global warming. As we speak animals are being affected by global warming, soon enough we will be suffering from its impacts as well. Within this piece, a person is falling. We are falling. This piece was digitally illustrated by Liam Garrett using thousands of digitally created vector shapes, drawn using the mouse.
This art piece is printed on canvas and features a blue background replicating the depth of a cloudless july sky. The print is framed in a tiger maple frame hand made by the artist. The tiger maple features a consistent curly grain pattern that reflects light as light shines upon the frame, tiger maple is prefered by guitar makers, violin makers and other makers of fine instruments. The frame is polished to exceptional shine, using the same grit sandpaper used to polish new cars. After the frame is designed, constructed, and polished, it is finished with several layers of natural oils to guarantee a beautiful shine that is a testament to the beauty of wood and nature. Featured on the center bottom of the frame is the intial of Liam Garrett, carved and filled with bronze epoxy. Liam aims to create pieces that are constantly unique and push the limits of the term "handmade".
In the limited Endangered Animals Series 100 prints of each animal will be created, this Polar Bear print is number 15 of 100. Each of the 100 prints will be uniquely colored, framed, and constucted so that each buyer may have their own unique rendition of each animal.
15% of profit on each piece in this series is donated to the World Wildlife Fund to help protect endangered animals
Polar Bear "July Sky Blue" no.15 (of 100)
24" x 24"