"Gila Monster" by Zoe Keller

"Gila Monster" by Zoe Keller

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“Gila Monster” is a limited edition of 100 prints by Zoe Keller. Sized to fit a standard 10” x 8” frame, the artwork measures approximately 9.5” high by 7.5” wide. The archival print was created by Tiny Showcase and ships with a corresponding certificate of authenticity. The archival artwork has been printed on a heavy 290gsm natural white print making paper made from 90% bamboo fibres and 10% cotton.

Available hand-framed in maple with archival mat and glass by Vermont's Joel Taplin of Taplin MFG. Framed artwork is archivally matted and hung with UV-protective glass. The hand-made frames are made from locally-milled wood with inlaid splines in each corner for added strength.  Please allow three weeks for the completion of your custom, hand-made frame.

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Zoe has chosen the Zion National Park Forever Project as this week's charity.  $250 from the sale of Zoe's art work will be donated. 

"As the official nonprofit partner of Zion National Park we understand that we have work to do as a community of park stewards – annual priorities that must be addressed in order to protect the resources of Zion National Park for generations to come. Our name recognizes our work is hitched to the horse of perpetuity, a Project which requires attention across generations.
And that our efforts today ensure the park’s tomorrow. The Forever Project inherently understands the park does not take care of itself – that in order to prosper and to remain a sanctuary, it must have a community of supporters reflecting all walks of life, experience and circumstance who care deeply for its future. We invite you to make a difference with us, now and forever.

Meet the Artist: Zoe Keller

"Zoe uses graphite to create highly detailed drawings that blend hints of narrative with images from the natural world. A Woodstock, New York native, Zoe is currently based in Portland, Oregon, where she spends most of her time drawing in her small home studio. She gathers inspiration from slow explorations of landscapes, hours spent thumbing through her growing field guide collection, and her memories of time spent in forests and on shores across the midwest and northeast."