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Vivi Crandall Signed Numbered Framed Print - Studs Deer Bucks Does - $300 (N. Union & Academy)

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condition: excellent
make / manufacturer: Vivi Crandall
model name / number: Studs
size / dimensions: 42 1/2" x 22 1/2"

Vivi Crandall Signed Numbered Framed Print - Studs (The Dating Game)

Framed and numbered 331 from a print run of 450. The print shows the aftermath of a buck successfully defending his right to his does.

Frame size: 42 1/2" x 22 1/2"
Print size: 35" x 15"

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About the artist:

Warm, effervescent and a study in perpetual motion, Vivi is equally comfortable at home, at the easel, in the mountains or at a gala opening. Her 20 years in the West coupled with her extensive European art training is a blend that allows Vivi to produce today's most noteworthy Wildlife art, prints and posters.

Vivi has accomplished what all artists strive for; a recognizable style all their own. The detail she achieves is amazing soft focused and frequent use of motion; add to the lifelike appearance of her art, prints and posters. Vivi's crowning glory, however, is the inner luminescence of the eyes, best described as "Alive".

It obviously works. Collectors wait sometimes years for an original, and her limited edition prints are carried in over 300 galleries. Perhaps more importantly, Vivi's art, prints and posters have raised over a million dollars for Wildlife causes with Ducks Unlimited, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, National Wildlife Foundation, Wyoming Wildlife Foundation and was the 1997 Featured Artist for Foundation for North American Wild Sheep. and the species they represent all being beneficiaries.

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