The Russian composers are among my favorite classical composers, and I have long loved Alexander Borodin’s music, especially the piece In the Steppes of Central Asia—there’s something beautifully expansive about it. Maybe I had been listening to Borodin too much, but when I had the idea for drawing a unicorn, the steppes of central Asia seemed the perfect place. Stories like to claim unicorns live in the deep woods, but I’d be more inclined to think they would live on an open plain where they can run freely for miles and miles, unhindered, without human interaction. Unless an enterprising human managed to catch one . . . But how to tame such a wild beast?
Giclée prints are printed on archival cotton rag. Inks are water based and free of Nickel, PFOS, PFOA and VOC’s, which are harmful to the environment and cause degradation of prints.
Prints are all matted; an 8×10 print comes in a mat to fit an 11×14 frame, an 11×14 matted print fits a 16×20 frame.
410 Taming the Unicorn
Printed in USA