A Spot of Christmas Cheer
This Eastern quoll is adding its personal touch and flair to Christmas decorations.
Eastern quolls are about the size of a cat. They have soft fur that is coloured fawn, brown or black. Small white spots cover the body except for the bushy tail which may have a white tip. They used to live on the mainland of Australia but since the 1960s, they only live in Tasmania.
The eastern quoll is largely solitary. It hunts and scavenges, feeding largely on insects. Eastern quolls are nocturnal and only occasionally forage or bask during daylight. During the day they sleep in nests made under rocks in underground burrows or fallen logs.
This print is printed in Tasmania by Full Gamut on 310gsm William Turner watercolour print paper with archival inks. The paper has the same texture as the paper I paint on. No wonder so many people ask me if the print is my original painting!
A-4 and A-3 sizes of "A Spot of Christmas Cheer" are a Limited Edition print run of 100, numbered, titled and signed by me, the artist.
The A-2 size of "A Spot of Christmas Cheer" is a Limited Edition print run of 30, numbered, titled and signed by me, the artist.
The A-1 size of "A Spot of Christmas Cheer" is a Limited Edition print run of 10, numbered, titled and signed by me, the artist.
This image is also available as a greeting card.
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