moonlight in jars art print

One night, she put old jelly jars out on the lawn to catch the light of the full moon & in the morning she brought them inside & lined them up so she could hear the songs of when the world was young, when people talked to the wind & earth & the endless sky. But after a while, the songs changed to forgetting the feel of grass on your bare feet & how in the dark of night it's sometimes hard to breathe, so she gathered the jars & took them out under the tree in the backyard & she never forgot how the light in each jar sang brightly again as they floated back into the night sky. 
story & art created by Kai in June 2023
      size 11x14

      more about this art print...

      Because Flying Edna is the artistic home of the artist, Brian Andreas - who now goes by Kai - he's able to proof & sign each of these with his new signature.

      Our art prints are reproductions of Kai's original drawings & watercolors from his notebooks. Kai's bio

      This piece is printed on 315 gsm European etching paper, an archival, museum-grade paper. Which means 100% cotton fiber, acid-free, lignin-free, and optical brightener (OBA) free.

      It includes a pH neutral backing board made from 100% recycled material & comes protected in a plant-based compostable bag to keep it safe in shipping

      Compatible with 8x10 & 11x14 frames.