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The second largest pink bird in North America (American Flamingo is first), this bird is in the southern U.S. in the Gulf Coast states. They get their color from carotenoids which are pigments in plants that are part of their food chain. This is a quality ink jet print that I have personally proofed, edited, and printed to maintain the high standards that are associated with my art.  The paper was selected for quality, detail, and pigment saturation.   

"Roseate Spoonbill" C.E.

  • Technical Art Information:

    It is a small signed and numbered edition of 100 prints.  This is printed on a high quality, 2,800 dots per square inch printer.  As a comparison magazine images are around 3oo DPI.  The paper is high caliber noted for quality, detail, and pigment saturation.  Each piece is extensively proofed and tweaked by me before printing the edition, a commercial printer would never spend that kind of time perfecting the piece.