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Raccoon – Wrapped Canvas of Watercolor Pencil Mammal Fine Art

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Call upon Raccoon to inspire a curious and playful spirit within you!

Raccoon is the 23rd piece in the totem animal project, and the 11th image in the mammal series.  It is watercolor pencil of a raccoon playfully peeking out of a log to look at the viewer. A pond and tree-lined shore is behind it. Raccoons are symbols of connecting to trees, curiosity, exploration, eating raw, masks, night vision, and secrets.

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Call upon Raccoon to inspire a curious and playful spirit within you!

Raccoon is the 23rd piece in the totem animal project, and the 11th image in the mammal series.  It is watercolor pencil of a raccoon playfully peeking out of a log to look at the viewer. A pond and tree-lined shore is behind it. Raccoons are symbols of connecting to trees, curiosity, exploration, eating raw, masks, night vision, and secrets.

The original was created in 2018. It is 16″ x 20″ on 18″ x 24″ paper and in a 22″ x 26″ frame. It took approximately 11.5 hours to complete. I used General’s Kimberly watercolor pencils on Canson watercolor paper, and then painted over it with water. It has a spray varnish finish.

Size
8″ x 10″ x 1.25″ Thickness

Material
Black or white gallery wrapped canvas edges and shipped ready to hang.

Care of
UV coating is scratch-resistant. Wipe clean with a damp cloth.

Ships in 7 to 11 days.
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