Ornate Eagle Ray Original pen and ink artwork by Jo Bell framed with Art glass. Detailed black and white hand-drawing in a very time-consuming process of millions of dots.
32cm x 33cm
In a black wooden frame.
Jo Bell from Ocean Love Art donates a percentage of all art proceeds to ORRCA (Organisation for the Research & Rescue of Cetaceans in Australia). www.orrca.org.au.
This beauty is a rare one to see and is the largest of the Eagle Ray family. They have a stingless barb and can be seen gliding over mudflats and coral reefs. They are known for their beautiful patterns, having a mix of both lines and spots. Unfortunately, ornate eagle stingrays are on the endangered list due to a decline in their population with Commercial Fishing being their biggest threat.