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Deer Metal Print featuring the photograph Purple Velvet by James Overesch

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Purple Velvet Metal Print

James Overesch

by James Overesch

$76.00

Product Details

Purple Velvet metal print by James Overesch.   Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of a metal print. Your image gets printed directly onto a sheet of 1/16" thick aluminum. The aluminum sheet is offset from the wall by a 3/4" thick wooden frame which is attached to the back. The high gloss of the aluminum sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results.

Design Details

The biggest free roaming whitetail I've ever seen. When I originally saw him he was with three other comparable bucks, but this one was by far the... more

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Artist's Description

The biggest free roaming whitetail I've ever seen. When I originally saw him he was with three other comparable bucks, but this one was by far the biggest and who's antlers seemed perfectly symmetrical. I was able to watch them from about 100 yards away as they fed on a small berry bush, but then I realized they were gonna walk uphill into a clearing about 70 yards to my North. As they started to make their way uphill I waited for them to disappear into the thick cover of some hardwood forest. I then walked rather quickly, trying to keep the noise of the dry field beneath my boots from crunching too loudly. I made my way into the clearing about 30 yards and crouched down behind the only small tree I could find. Luckily it was a dwarf pine that gave me a little more camouflage, and then... I waited. I started to get disappointed because it felt like 10 min had gone by and they easily should have shown themselves by now. Thoughts of, "did they take a different route?," or "was I not as s...

About James Overesch

James Overesch

Biography coming soon...

 

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