"In my case, the beginning of any creative process always starts with a “What if?” While searching for ideas for a new painting, I came across a dolphin trainer. I am absolutely against animals in captivity and strongly against training them for entertainment purposes. The trainer kept bragging about her abilities to ride on the back of an orca, as she kept talking I started imagining an oceanic rodeo, so I told her: being that you are so good at riding the back of an animal in captivity, what if you did it in the open sea, better yet what if, instead of a docile dolphin you rode a marlin. She obviously detected my sarcasm, but it placed that image in my mind that I just had to paint it"
A creative story of a woman riding a large A'u (Pacific Blue Marlin fish), by popular marine artist Eduardo Bolioli.
Limited Edition canvas giclée prints
Edition series of 50 Signed & Numbered prints, and 5 Artist Proof prints
Printed on polycotton canvas and gallery wrapped on 1.5" wood stretcher bars
Prints come with a signed Certificate of Authenticity
Includes hanging hardware/wire
Sold unframed (wood float-frames available)
We carefully pack and ship most orders in 1-3 weeks, a little longer if framing is included, and tracking information is provided on all orders once the package is shipped.
Original paintings may take up to 2-3 weeks to ship (3-4 weeks if custom framed)
Sculpture may take up to 2-4 weeks to ship
Canvas giclee prints may take up to 3-4 weeks to ship (4-5 weeks if custom framed)
Resin wood prints may take up to 2-3 weeks as each print is hand-made to order.
Fine art watercolor paper giclee prints with custom framing may take up to 2-3 weeks
Matted paper prints ship promptly in 4-5 days (2-3 weeks if custom framed)
Apparel and merchandise ship promptly in 4-5 days
Tracking information is provided on all orders once the package is shipped.
Unfortunately we cannot ship on customer accounts, for liability (insurance) purposes.
International orders may incur customs/duty fees, which shall be paid by recipient.
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