Description This iguana is munching on a favorite food, the hibiscus flower. Tropical jungle leaves contrast just enough to show off this handsome reptile. The white border was created within the batik for a unique look. Painting with hot wax and dyes onto silk fabric can be challenging, especially with the detail that the Iguana batik portrays.~~~GREETING CARDS offered HERE of all my Image Kind desings.~~~~This design also available on APPAREL and GIFTS at:www.cafepress.com/suedudabatiks
Sue Duda, Minocqua Member Since December 2008 Artist Statement SLEEK BATIKS & NEAT REPEATS for LICENSING on PRODUCTS! ! ! ART PORTFOLIO: http://www.sueduda.com
Creator of Batiks on Silk, Colored Pencil Drawings and Photography. These are the tools I use to produce my ART!
As a batik artist, I paint hot wax and brilliantly colored permanent dyes onto silk habotai fabric.
As a fiddler and batik artist, my current inspirations have led me down a musical path, creating tasteful, colorful and popular music art.
When you see my "Ocean Dudes by Duda" you'll know that I'm a lover of tropical waters and coastal surroundings.
While living in beautiful northern Wisconsin, how could I resist the temptation of capturing the scenery above and below the waters of the pristine lakes in my area?
MANUFACTURERS: Currently, I'm licensing repeat patterns created from my colorful batik art acrylic paintings and photographs. These images are called "TranZitionZ by SuZe". Licenses are available to manufactures of gift wrap/bags, stationery, scrapbooking products, tableware, coasters, tiles, textiles wallpaper, flooring and more.
ART PORTFOLIO: http://www.sueduda.com
ART BLOG http://suedudadesigns.blogspot.com
APPAREL and GIFTS http://www.cafepress.com/suedudabatiks APPAREL and GIFTS