A washed up treasure found on the West Australian coastline. This shell is from the small Spirula squid, coiled within it's body and used to control buoyancy. This shell was left beachside for the ocean to reclaim.
Archival quality scratchboard panel sprayed with archival, U.V. resistant varnish. The artwork is framed under museum (non-reflective) glass and is ready to hang. Price includes postage.
100% of the sale price will be donated to Art for Floods appeal, to directly assist those affected by recent devastating flooding in northern NSW and SE Queensland.
Ram's Horn Squid Shell
Museum glass should be cleaned gently with a soft cloth and ammonia-free glass cleaner.