Art Print from original art on wood by Andrew Thornton. Listing is for one open-edition print. We make every attempt to portray colour as realistically as possible, however, not all screens are the same. Please note that actual colour may vary from what is seen on your screen. For more information, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the item name.
Size is approximately 4” x 6”
From Andrew: It's June and that means it's Pride Month! There are a lot of ways to observe this celebration. For me, I am drawn to how I can help. I asked myself, "what can I do to benefit the LGBTQIA+ community? How can I promote tolerance, equality, and kindness?" The answer has always been my creativity. I decided to do a painting inspired by Pride and create prints. A portion of each sale will go towards The Trevor Project. They offer suicide prevention and promote life-affirming programs for LGBTQIA+ young people.
I've been doing crow paintings lately and continued this motif. The crow is clutching an olive branch in its talons; the olive branch is a symbol of peace, friendship, and diplomacy. It also signifies victory. In its mouth, is a rainbow ribbon. The Pride flag was invented by Gilbert Baker in 1978. The colors of the Pride Rainbow represent, "red for life, orange for healing, yellow for sunlight, green for nature, blue for harmony, and purple for spirit." On top of the crow's head is a little crown. Love conquers all.
The open edition digital prints are made in-house with archival inks on acid-free Moab Entrada Rag Natural paper with a lovely matte finish. Each print is signed and dated by me and measures 4"X6".
Thank you for supporting us and allowing us to give back to the LGBTQIA+ community. If this resonates with you, we would appreciate it if you shared this post and help it reach as many people as possible. Thanks again and Happy Pride Month!