“The Owl” is a German fairy tale collected by the Brothers Grimm in Grimm’s Fairy Tales. In the story, a horned owl flies into a barn owned by a local at the nearby town. The owl quickly frightens all of the townspeople who try to enter the barn. The same day, a man known for his courage and bravery in warlike skills announces to the populace that they are “all acting like women”. He then ventures into the barn with a spear. The owl hoots at him, and he flees in terror. The townspeople finally come up with the decision to burn the barn down and be rid of the owl forever.
This listing is for a completed, one-of-a-kind piece of original artwork by Erin Wetzel (ekwetzel). Art is watercolor and ink on 5 x 7 inch hotpress watercolor paper.
All original artwork is signed in ink on the front, as well as labeled on the back. Please note that colors on your monitor may differ from colors in person.
If you’re purchasing this as a gift, please leave any gift note instructions in the “note to seller” section at checkout.
Final artwork will be packaged in a protective cellophane sleeve with backing board, and shipped to you in a sturdy cardboard mailer. If you purchase multiple works, please note they will all be packaged in a single sleeve.
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NOTE: This painting in an exhibit at the Pierce County AIDS foundation until July 2017. You may purchase this original artwork at any time to reserve it, but the actual painting will not be sent to you until the exhibit is over. If you are local and want to pick-up your painting directly, please contact me at email@example.com to make arrangements. You may purchase this piece in its gallery frame for an additional $50 fee.
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I welcome you to share photos of your painting with your friends and family online, but all the rights to the picture remain with me. If you are interested in purchasing the rights to the piece, let me know.
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Original Artwork by Erin Wetzel ©2016 – ekwetzel. All rights reserved. The purchase of artwork or goods does not transfer reproduction rights, and my artwork may not be copied or reproduced in any way. Be kind.