Interlude with a Fox - Sold out
About 'An Interlude With a Fox' by Nikki McIvor
I have always had a soft spot for foxes. Roald Dahl's” Fantastic Mr. Fox” was one of my favourite children's books.
As much as I would love to see foxes roaming the countryside, I am also very happy they were never introduced to New Zealand. I shudder to think the damage they would have done to our native bird population.
The inspiration for this pen & pencil drawing came from a YouTube video called Geoff & Dawn which chronicles the close friendship between Dawn, a wild fox, and Geoff who is an animal rescuer working in a sanctuary in England. The fox’s expression is wary, but if you look closely at the fox’s eye, you can see the outline of a person reflected with his arms spread wide in welcome.
The title of this drawing was also inspired a song entitled 'Interlude' by British band London Grammar. Both song and video compliment each other in showing how love can break through barriers that are traditionally populated with mistrust.
Coloured pencil & coloured pen on paper
Copyright Nikki McIvor & Wild Honey Art - 2014
This limited edition print of the Fox is printed on high-quality paper by local printers Lamb Peters in Greytown. It is backed by cardboard and wrapped in a cellophane cover.
The print run is limited to 500.
The size is A3, or 297 x 420mm.
The low cost and high quality are indicative of our commitment to providing beautiful artwork at an affordable price to you.