"Habitat" Original Linocut Print

"Habitat" Original Linocut Print

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This print is a collaboration between Annie Galvin and Eric Rewitzer.

We picked out native plants and small animals that can be found near our new home in the Sierra Nevada foothills. Next, Annie drew them into a beautiful pattern, which Eric then transferred onto a 3 foot by 3 foot block of linoleum.

Next, Eric spent hours carving out each element, adding texture and depth to Annie's line drawings. When finished, we brought the plate to San Francisco, where the first prints were made via steamroller!

Habitat is printed by hand on a 40x40 sheet of Rives BFK paper using a Conrad Machine Etching Press. Using black ink, it makes a dramatic impression on your wall. Each print is numbered, signed by both artists, and embossed with the 3 Fish Studios stamp.

Please allow up to 2-3 weeks for delivery. The print will be carefully rolled and placed in a sturdy tube for delivery anywhere in the United States.

Framing is available to addresses in and around the San Francisco Bay area.  Please contact us for information and pricing.

For those outside our framing and delivery area, please support your local framer.

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews

I bought the print last year and it looks beautiful in my living room. I always get compliments on it. It really pulled the room together.

Thomas McGeorge
Amazing printmaker

Not just because they were local to where I live and have now relocated to an amazing place, but this couple is the art to watch, the art too collect, and the art to love for the rest of your life... buy originals while you can....

Mary Surbridge

Full disclosure, I partially pulled the print out of the tube and realized I needed a very clean flat surface for viewing. I slid it back into the tube. I will bring it to the framer before Thanksgiving. The print will be up on the wall by Christmas. I’ll get back to you when I see the print unfurled.