This month we are featuring a full collection from Wildlife Artist Dominique Salm in the gallery. We have stocked these popular wildlife artworks since the beginning. They certainly bring a smile every time from our customers. Please find below a few examples of the light hearted work with that humorous slant she captures in this great collection.
First To Blink Loses
A wonderful artwork titled First To Blink Loses is from her earlier collection. This Zebra compilation captures the viewers attention and it always manages to get a second take.
We offer the artworks in a quality selection of frames, along with the amazing AR Glass! Once you have tried the speciality glass, you will never consider anything else. Shown in our popular pewter moulding which compliments her whole collection.
Rubber Necking is a firm favourite in the gallery and online. The quirky ostriches with the big eyelashes; wonderful expressions; the photo bomb appearance, what can you do except smile.
These artworks are all limited to 250 edition size, come presented in a beautiful mount, along with a Certificate of Authenticity.
Once again we offer a selection of mouldings to compliment the work. All artworks come glazed, with the option to choose AR Glass and are ready to hang on the wall.
Drinking Problem, another well loved work. The wobbly legs of the giraffe gathering as they all bend over to quench their thirst is very appealing to our customers. Again the edition is of 250 on paper, although there are still a few AP’s left.
The AP’s are an edition of 25 and are presented as a large stretched box canvas (to the size of the original). Available as box canvas only or framed in a float frame ready to hang.
The latest release Uninvited Guest incorporates her well loved zebras, with that unwanted visitor at the waterhole. The expression in the eyes of the lioness may have you ask who is the odd one out.
This artwork is presented in our very popular matt black frame, which comes in other colour options and metallics.
Please view the full collection of Wildlife Artist, Dominique Salm, along with detail etc. CLICK HERE