Queensland Whelk Shell Illustrated Artwork by Geltchy...
- Signed & Numbered Fine Artwork
- Queensland Native Shell Design
- Pencil & Ink Illustration by Mark Geltch
- Gallery Quality Archival Paper Stock
- Dated Certificate of Authenticity
The Kookaburra Whelk is so named because of its striking profile resemblance to a perched kookaburra. In reality it is actually a species of triton (Family Ranellidae). Growing to only 30mm in shell length, it lives on sandy-mud bottoms and is commonly dredged, especially in places like Gladstone Harbour on the central Queensland coast.
This hand drawn illustration is a strictly limited Collectors Edition of 20 individually signed & numbered Artworks, available framed in a black frame or unframed.
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Individually Signed & Numbered.
A4 (210mm x 297mm) giclee print
250gsm Archive quality matte paper stock
Optional A4 size black wood frame available.
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