Fine Art Limited Edition print of 'Anzac KH', a portrait of the stallion trained by Kelly Wilson during the 2014 Kaimanawa Heritage Challenge, and featured on the hit television show 'Keeping Up With the Kaimanawas'.
The Kaimanawa Heritage Horse mission is to increase successful adoptions of wild horses and to promote the horses versatility and trainability. Only 300 wild horses are permitted to remain in the wild and biennially approximately 200 wild horses are in need of adoption during the musters. The DOC removes horses from the ranges in order to protect endangered plants and to sustain the natural resources necessary for the wild horses.
Prints are made using a velvet textured 310gsm German etching paper and archival archival ink that will last at least 75 years. The surface and ink allows you be able to see each and every pencil mark that you would expect from the original drawing.
Prints are available unmounted, or mounted, backed, and ready to frame. Each print is signed and numbered by the artist, and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.
Available in three sizes: small (A5 - 6x8", mounted to 10x8"), medium (A4 - 8x11”, mounted to11x14"), or large (A3 - 11x16”, mounted to 16x20"), each limited to a run of 75.
40% of every print sale goes directly to the Wilson Sisters to subsidise the rehoming and training costs of horses from the 2018 muster.