The Chase

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This elegant stretched canvas art features a fox in hot pursuit of a rabbit. It is meant to inspire conversation about food sources and how we interact with each other and the world as part of an interconnected chain.

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Our artwork is custom printed upon order in our San Diego facility. We utilize the giclée printing method to achieve optimum clarity and color resolution, printing onto an artist’s grade premium canvas. Each piece is hand-stretched over a 1 ½” deep all-natural wood frame. The canvas wraps around the sides providing a finished decorative edge. While not needed for our canvases, solid wood framing in a contemporary shadow box style is available in ten sizes and two color choices. Whether gallery-wrapped or framed, each piece arrives ready to hang in your home. Artist biography information is also included so that you may learn more about his or her inspiration, and perhaps strive to build a collection from that artist over time.

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ARTISTEli Halpin read more

Eli is short for Elizabeth. Artist Eli Halpin grew up in Alaska and now lives and paints in Austin, Texas. She focuses her center of attention on the face expressions of animals, while enjoying and celebrating their paws, cheeks, whiskers, claws, hooves, antlers, horns, and tusks. Eli's paintings are made on wood with oil and she loves to add spray paint, acrylic, paper, metal leaf, fabric, lace, ribbons, gemstones, sparkles, shells, crushed glass, beads, sand, mica, and pearls. She uses large brushes to lay down super thick paint and her messy, drippy style is bright and metallic. Eli's work tells stories about the sacredness of food, sharing, living together, working together, and the cycle of life and death. The scenes she paints are infused with romance and humor, while emphasizing the instinct, intuition, and wisdom of nature.

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   by Z. Patricia (Posted on )

I love this artist, and have 3 other pieces of her work, but I ordered a canvas print of this one, and I really don't like the finish on it, maybe because of the size that I ordered it in. (?). It is too smooth and shiny, and looks a lot like "Target art". I wouldn't say that about the other pieces.

   by Cstone (Posted on )

i have this along with the "manes of color" piece. its gorgeous. its so whimsical but still very classy. the colors are rich with pops of vibrancy. i love the scene of the fox and the hare and how it looks like they are just playing like friends in a garden.