Fiona with Bibi and Tucker, Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, watercolor print
In this stunning painting, we see the famous Fiona, a beloved hippopotamus at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden, floating gracefully through a sea of bubbles. Fiona is a majestic and enchanting creature, and she captures the imagination of all who look upon her. She seems to turn and smile at the viewer, her presence filling the canvas with a sense of wonder and magic.
As we look at the painting, we can see Fiona's mother, Bibi, resting quietly on the bottom of their tank, never far away from her beloved daughter. The aqua colors of the water are a beautiful blend of blue and green, and the sunlight streaming through the water creates a mesmerizing effect. The habitat around Fiona and Bibi is teeming with life, with schools of fish swimming around the hippos, adding to the beauty and serenity of the scene.
This painting is a tribute to the beauty and majesty of these magnificent creatures, and to the importance of cherishing the natural world around us. Fiona engages the viewer, filling us with a sense of joy and wonder, and reminding us of the magic that can be found in even the most ordinary of places.
Painted by Pamela Hallock from the 2021 Collection. This print is available as a giclee, a digitally reproduced fine art print on watercolor paper called Somerset Velvet. Please see giclee descriptions. All giclee prints are a limited edition of 250, signed, numbered, and dated. Available in two sizes, 30 in. x 22 in. or 19 in. x 14 in. Giclee prints have a 1/2 in. border on the sides and top, and a 2 in. border on the bottom. Fine art prints are shipped flat.
This print is also available on Premium Poster Paper. Please see the paper descriptions. Poster prints are available in two sizes, 30 in. x 22 in. or 19 in. x 14 in. All poster prints have a 1/4 in. border on all four sides.
The original artwork is 30 in. x 22 in.
Due to the differences in computer monitors, the color of the actual print may vary.
Copyright Pamela Hallock 2021