When the last of the royal fleet fell fiery into the waiting fog and mist, we were sure we were home free; It was then that we spotted the temple, which was not fashioned, but formed in molten fire of shimmering basalt. There it stood, millennia-old, perched atop hexagonal pillars, calling to be explored.
A finely detailed pirate airship in a fog of wispy swirls and whorls passes by a ages-forgotten temple in the cliff-top mists.
There is a limited run of only 35 giclees.
The original is 12?9 inches, highly detailed, micro-fine line engraving; Looking at the prints or the original are an entirely new experience.
The Giclees are printed at 12?9 inches in archival inks on fine art rag paper with a one-inch border all-around (making the print 14?11 inches); They are signed, numbered, and dated by the artist lightly within the margin.
200 Years Archival