TOMORROW NORTHFIELD JACKALOPE - PORTRAIT STUDY
ACCOMPANYING THE STUDY:
Tomorrow Northfield Jackalope was never one to leave anything on the table. If there is a chance, she's taking it; an opportunity, she's maximizing it. Compounding this positive outlook, by her very nature, she believes in believing, as all jackalopes do. A little plaque hangs inside the door of her warren, inspiring her every time she heads out into the world. Audrey Hepburn's words are etched into the patinated metal, reading, "Nothing is impossible...the word itself says 'I'm possible'." But, while Tomorrow is an optimist, she is also a realist. So, when it comes to such abstract ideas as luck, she gets to thinking.
"What makes a penny lucky?" she wonders. "Why are nickels, dimes, and quarters not considered? And why only when found, not when given or received?" Perhaps it is because a found penny is the universe conspiring on our behalf, sending us a little message that it is rooting for us; giving us a starting point, a building block. Of course, we've still got to do the hard work to build it into something that matters, but the opportunity; the possibility; the potential is there. There for anyone who might find that little penny. For those who keep their eyes open to something special turning up. To wonder and to dream and, most of all, to do. "That," Tomorrow decided, "is what a penny truly represents: a starting point to anything. And anyone who should come upon that is very lucky indeed."
Portrait Study, 9” x 12” with backer board in protective cello.
Accompanying the Study on a separate sheet is a whimsical tale of the animal featured. Entirely collectible, the stories intertwine, creating a much-loved community of characters.
We print on Canson® Infinity Arches® Aquarelle Rag luxuriously thick 310 gsm, 100% cotton paper. This archival, matte paper with a felt-marked finish and even natural grain showcases crisp detail and vibrant colour. It is mould-made by master papermakers using one of the world’s few remaining cylinder mould machines. The company has been making very high quality art papers such as this since 1492.
We donate a portion of gross sales to animal welfare.