Beautiful cards printed on fine art paper are illustrated by Bec Kilpatrick with watercolour, graphite and digital elements.
Printed with archival inks on 300gsm fine art matte paper.
We love these cards so much and they are worthy of being kept and framing after.
The cards measure 5" x 7" come with an envelope and are blank inside, ready for your loving messages.
Pinecone: A detailed study of a pinecone or conifer cone. The woody cone produces seeds and opens and closes a number of times throughout its lifespan.
Barn Owl: Although Barn Owls are one of the most widely distributed birds in the world, their numbers are declining due to habitat loss. This solitary and beautiful bird stands alone, staring at the viewer tangled in floral vines.
Night Owl: Strictly nocturnal and roaming by night the owl symbolizes higher wisdom, and is a guardian of all sleeping under the stars.
Moose: The largest species in the deer family, moose are solitary animals with beautiful tree-like antlers. The size and symmetry of their antlers reflects health.
Heron: Great Blue Herons are waders and live along coastlines, marshes and near streams. They have a wingspan of up to 2 meters and can fly as fast as 50km/h. When the sacred waterbird comes to you in the Native American totem tradition it gives you a lesson of self reflection, encouraging us to follow our intuition.
Cougar: The Cougar has one of the largest ranges of any mammal in the western hemisphere. Because of this, the Cougar is called around 40 different names, such as Puma, Mountain Lion and Panther. The spiritual meaning of the Cougar is the authority, leadership and power of our own souls.
Wolf: Wolves are very intelligent creatures whose upright ears, sharp teeth, pointed muzzles, inquiring eyes and other facial features instantly convey this quality. The power of the wold brings forth instinct, intelligence, appetite for freedom, and awareness of the importance of social connections.
Monsteria: These large leathery, heart shaped leaves of the Monsteria Plant are native to tropical rainforests, adding some greenery to your walls.
Fallow Deer: Fallow deer live in a variety of climates ranging from cool-humid to warm-dry areas. The habitat they prefer usually is a combination of vegetation types. They prefer old, deciduous, broad-leaf forests of varying densities interspersed with grassy areas, but they are also found in mixed forests, broad-leaf forests, subalpine vegetation, grasslands, woodlands, low mountains, scrublands, and savanna. Fallow deer is a socially bonded species.
Feather: In many cultures a feather is a symbol of the afterlife or a higher plane. The Egyptians drew connections to the sky gods and the Native American Chiefs wear feathers to symbolize their connection to spirit.