Ferocactus - Gallery wrapped canvas prints
Ferocactus - Gallery wrapped canvas prints
Ferocactus - Gallery wrapped canvas prints
Ferocactus - Gallery wrapped canvas prints
Ferocactus - Gallery wrapped canvas prints
Ferocactus - Gallery wrapped canvas prints
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Ferocactus - Gallery wrapped canvas prints

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Looking to add a little flair to your room or office? Look no further - this canvas print featuring original art by Sue Dranchak, has a vivid, fade-resistant print that you're bound to fall in love with. No frame required. Available in two sizes. Not available in stores. 

• Fade-resistant
• 20.5 mil thick poly-cotton blend canvas
• Hand-stretched over solid wood stretcher bars
• Matte finish coating

"Ferocactus" original art created and produced by Sue Dranchak, Artist/Owner, Dranchak Studio LLC. All rights reserved.

This is a made to order item. Ready to ship in 3-9 days.

Dranchak Studio made this item with help from a print on demand  drop shipper, Charlotte, NC.

The ferocactus is a common sight throughout the southwest. A hearty native plant in this region, it is also a popular choice for landscaping. The golden - orange blossoms that usually appear late in the summer months eventually yield to a small pineapple-shaped fruit that form a decorative golden crown around the top of the plant. These ornamental fruits can last throughout the winter months or ln. 


"I did not have any intention to paint cactus when I first arrived in the Sonoran Desert region in 2003, but these unique desert dwellers with their distinct visual elements caught my eye and inspired my imagination. I just knew there was something there that I needed to be explore visually and it took me a while to figure out how to do it. My contemporary and simplistic style allows many of my paintings to translate successfully to a variety of printed products which are now available for sale." ~ Sue Dranchak.