It's no secret, if you have been following me and my work you know I am nuts about rabbits. I also love unicorns. So why not combine the two that make happy. And what's with the title? Did you know that Unicorn in German is Einhorn. So Ein-Bunny. Which can actually also mean A Bunny. Why German though? Well I was born and raised in Germany so it's natural for me to play a little with my heritage.
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Originals are on archival, acid free paper or canvas. Painted with lightfast colors. Limited Edition prints are always printed on archival, acid free paper with Epson UltraChrome K3™ which are archival inks. In some cases if needed, I spray a fixative over originals to help preserve and then apply a non-yellowing varnish that helps protect the art from harmful UV rays. If available I always choose lightfast colors. IMPORTANT: It is always recommended to keep artwork out of direct sunlight in a temperature controlled environment even if artwork has been produced with lightfast pigments, archival inks and on archival paper.
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