Pinto Abalone & Bull Kelp
Giclée Print
Proceeds Benefit The Puget Sound Restoration Fund

Working directly with restoration scientists, this piece was created to showcase the life cycle of pinto abalone and it’s favorite food, bull kelp.

Pinto Abalone have been added to Washington's state endangered species list.

Proceeds will be donated to The Puget Sound Restoration Fund, an organization working to restore pinto abalone and their habitat in the Salish Sea.

The prints are made with a 13-ink color process on enhanced matte paper creating rich blacks and vibrant colors.

Printed with small border pictured by the Land Gallery in Portland, Oregon.

The 8" x 10" and 13" x 19" sizes ship flat, while the 18" x 24" ship rolled.



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Living in a remote cabin perched on the edge of an island cliff overlooking an inland sea, Jill Bliss is embedded in the nature she depicts in her artwork. Her friends are mostly of the non-human variety: gulls, eagles, swifts, harbor seals and sea lions are daily visiting neighbors.

In all the work that Jill Bliss does, she is interested in the boundaries between separate bodies and ideas—the common ground where things intersect, cross-pollinate and cohabitate.

You can participate in her daily life vicariously & virtually via her blog, Instagram and Twitter.

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