Printed on high quality FSC-approved board. 170 x 128mm in size.
This drawing was originally at A4 size and done in very fine pencil. It was part of a series of drawings that Diana Harding did showing British wildlife. Other drawings included a wildcat and a deer, but the otter is the only one to date that was ever turned into a print and now into a card. This drawing also received a D-notice in the annual Royal Academy summer exhibition a number of years ago.
Having become rather rare in the British landscape, otter numbers have been climbing again in recent years, following a reduction in the numbers of mink being farmed and an increase in the quality of water in our rivers with the reduction in industrial abstraction rates.
For now this card comes cellophane wrapped, but this will alter as stocks change. They are blank to allow you to say whatever you would like to say. The accompanying envelope is white