About the size of a bluegill, but with beautiful fins like a crappie, the flier is the most prolific fish in the Okefenokee swamp. Stocked by the federal government back in the 1960s after damming part of the swamp, there are known by locals as government bream or shiners.
The oil-based ink captures the deep dark emerald green and gold that naturally occur in this fish. Printed on hemp based rice paper, these prints will last to be passed on to the next generation.
Outer dimensions are 12 by 16 oh, so it's ready to be dropped into any standard frame or a custom frame. All materials are archival.