Sarah Coyne / Egg-A-Go-Go
about the artwork, from the artist:
John Muir was a writer, conservationist and explorer whose work, in part, inspired the creation of our National Park System. I can't imagine a more incredible legacy to leave for future generations and I hope that we can keep working to honor his work to protect the wild places our country has set aside for all to enjoy. Muir wrote extensively about the wonder and beauty of nature, advised the U.S. government on environmental issues and also founded the Sierra Club.
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5" x 7" archival print of original watercolor painting. Limited edition of 26 prints. A minimum of 80% of the proceeds from the sale of this piece will be donated to The Sierra Club.
STARTING 1/31, PRINTS WILL BE SHIPPED TWICE A WEEK. Most orders will ship in less than 3-5 business days. If your order contains a pre-order item, it will be held until all items are ready to ship.
about the artist:
Sarah Coyne lives and works in Jamaica Plain, a leafy corner of Boston. Animals and nature dominate her work - mostly watercolors and screen prints - and she sometimes works in a historic house. If you're into National Parks and snail mail, Sarah also has another venture called Post For The Parks you should check out.
Post for the Parks on Instagram