Gunnison Sage Grouse Goods

$23.95 USD
A New York Times article on global avian decline inspired Isa to paint a series of endangered bird portraits to raise awareness of vulnerable birds. The Gunnison Sage-Grouse is often confused with the Greater Sage Grouse, but this bird has been accepted as its own species due to its smaller stature and restricted range. It resides only in Western Colorado and Utah. Habitat encroachment has diminished their numbers to around 4,600.

7 x 10 inches, approximately 72 sheets, 70# weight, 100% post-consumer waste paper. Narrow-ruled page layout. Book-board back cover, 90% recycled content.

Jute and lightweight cotton tote with leather handles. Tote body measures approximately 15" wide by 16" tall. Includes coordinating List-it notebook in a custom-designed pocket with pen loop. Alternate inside has a zippered pocket. Magnetic closure.

100% pure silk, printed in Italy. Highest grade silk charmeuse is used for vibrancy of color. Hem is hand-rolled and hand-stitched in the United States. Approximately 31 inches square. Dry clean only.

Original signed Singer Edition print. Edition of 25. Prints produced digitally using Epson printmaking technology on Museo paper manufactured by Crane. Gunnison Sage-Grouse: 12.5 x 11″

Natural wood frame, print floated with a hinge mount to hidden lift. Approximately 1.5 inch 4-ply white matte. Shadow box floated with 99% UV acrylic.