Hugs (Mom and Kids) Art Print

Regular price $32.00
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Pay What You Can

**This print is available at Pay What You Can sliding scale pricing to offer some accessibility to my art for those with lower income and wealth. If you are able to afford the full price, please select that option to reserve the discounted prices for those who need it.**

Art print of a mother (or aunt or teacher!) hugging children. Inspired by the unconditional love between children and those who care for them.

• Options of 8x10 and 11x14 inch print, including a white border
• All sizes are standard frameable sizes in the US
• Archival cotton paper
• Signed by artist
• Unframed

Please be aware that my art intentionally includes textural variations and that color appearance will vary between screens and actual products.

All work copyrighted © by Meenal Patel. Copyright does not transfer with the sale of this print and the buyer is not entitled to reproduction rights.

All orders require 1-3 business days to process plus shipping time. Shipping time will vary depending on the destination and the shipping speed you choose at checkout. You may choose to pay more for shipping upgrades at checkout for eligible items. Please note that upgrading shipping only expedites shipping time and not order processing time. All packages ship via USPS from San Francisco, California. Thank you for your patience!

8x10 and 11x14 are mailed flat in a sleeve with backer board in a heavy stay-flat mailer. 16x20 is mailed rolled in a tube. Orders with multiple prints will come in the same package/sleeve to reduce waste. Let me know in the order notes if you wish for each print to come with its own sleeve and board.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Joan Schottenfeld
Perfect gift

I bought this as a gift for someone who gave birth to her second child. She absolutely loved it. Meenal is such an incredibly gifted artist.

About The Process

I love working with both traditional and digital mediums. Either way, all of my art starts out with a very rough and tiny pencil sketch. From there I refine the outlines of the art at the final size until I’m happy with the underdrawing. My favorite parts of the process are playing with color and layering in all the pattern details.

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