“Kelpafornia” is the first in a series of 3 prints for Heal The Bay.
18″x24″ in size and printed with archival inks on hefty(290gsm) Matte Bamboo paper. It’s got a nice and natural warm tone and feel with a light textured surface. Bamboo is a sustainable material.
The original painting was scanned at high resolution. The detail is absolutely amazing! Every colored pencil mark and every paint splatter can be seen crystal clear.
The name “HEAL THE BAY” runs along the bottom of the image in a light weight font with the Heal The Bay Fish Logo on either side of the text.
Each print is hand signed and shipped in a tube.
Erik’s Heal the Bay Partnership:
As a Heal the Bay Partner Artist for 2013, Erik Abel is releasing a series of artwork. The collection includes:
- 3 original paintings. Fifty percent of sales from paintings will be donated to Heal the Bay, with the exception of the original of the Bring Back the Beach artwork, which will be donated to the event’s Silent Auction. Each painting 24″x36″ and priced at $1500.
- 18×24 inch prints of each original painting on sustainably sourced Bamboo archival paper, hand signed by Erik Abel.The first two prints, “Kelpafornia” and “Kelpafornia 2″ are available now. The third and final print will be released in September. Prints are available at abelarts.com for $40 with 15% of sales benefitting Heal the Bay.
- A limited edition of 10, 20×30 prints mounted on 3/4″ bamboo panel.
- 24-ounce aluminum water bottles made in the US from recycled metal featuring the “Kelpafornia” artwork. Manufactured by Liberty Bottles in Yakima Washington, the bottles are available at www.abelarts.com for $20. Fifteen percent of sales benefits Heal the Bay.
- A series of four iPhone Cases made from 100% post-consumer recycled plastic in Glendale, CA by Tru Protection. The cases are available for the iPhone 4/4S and 5 for $39.95. The “Kelpafornia” design is featured on the newest case to be released. Fifteen percent of sales benefits Heal the Bay.