“Kasatka” Orca – this orca originally was painted for a friend of mine. She wanted it for her parents-in-law that live on Vancouver Island close to the sea. They’ve had many sights of killer whales for the years they’ve lived there. So I incorporated a typical view of a coast of Vancouver Island to this artwork. Since then, it has become a favourite for many of my collectors and I’m often asked to paint a similar piece for them. Every year for the month of June (Orca Awareness Month), I’m donating part of my profits from the sales of this art-print to a local Lifeforce Foundation. Killer Whale symbolizes family, romance, longevity, harmony, community and protection; and it has become a purpose of this artwork to support protecting orca whales and ensure their survival.
8×10″ and 11×14″ – Printed on uncoated paper similar to watercolor paper using highest quality inks. Packaged in cello sleeve with cardboard back for protection.
Also available in various sizes as posters and canvas prints.
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