Galactic Grasshopper Fine Art Print by Aimee Schreiber

Transform your space with this galactic grasshopper art print. This artwork features a golden jewel-like grasshopper against a solid black background. Printed on satin fine art paper, this beautiful giclée art print preserves the exquisite details of the original artwork while adding subtle texture and sheen. 

As part of the Galactic Insect Collection, this grasshopper was carefully hand-drawn with ink and digitally combined with a galaxy watercolor painting and gold leaf. The twelve-piece collection explores the interconnectedness of all things, from the spiraling milky way galaxy to the universe within a tiny insect. As above, so below.

Pair this print with other insect art or nature art to create a mystical gallery wall or elevate a special room with this symbol of connection on its own. 

Details: This borderless fine art reproduction of mixed media grasshopper artwork is printed with archival inks on premium fine art paper. This museum-quality paper has a velvety satin texture. Artwork is printed to bleed off the edge, with no white border.

Framed and unframed options are available. The framed options come ready to hang in a natural open grain maple wood frame. Frame is 3/4 inch wide and comes with acrylic glazing.

Need custom decorating suggestions? Email me with a photo of your space if you would like additional frame, size, or pairing recommendations for your specific room. 

Love insects? Me too! Explore another grasshopper painting, original insect paintings, or browse the rest of my insect prints

Artist: Aimee Schreiber | View all of her art@aimeeschreiber

Please note: The gold is an image reproduction of gold leaf and is not metallic when printed. Colors vary from screen to screen and are represented as accurately as possible. Please allow up to 2 weeks for your artwork to be printed and shipped to you. Most unframed prints ship rolled in a tube. You can place your print directly in a frame with or without a mat or flatten it first. To flatten, unroll and place some flat, heavy objects (books) on the ends or middle of your print and let it sit overnight.