Sleeping like a Baby

Sleeping like a Baby


18" x 24"

Printed on Fine Art Archival Paper


I painted this of my little sister when my family visited Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe in 2013. The mosquito netting was necessary since there wasn't any in the windows.

I like how it really radiates the sleep energy before a person wakes up...that absolute stillness and coziness.

It won 1st place in a Sarasota art competition

Option 2

    This is a signed, limited edition print. 


    This print, also known as a giclee is available on fine art paper or on mounted canvas. Both are quality and exhibit the rich brush strokes of the original. It is simply a matter of preference, whether you want to see the painting on paper or on canvas (The painting was originally painted on canvas so it would have a similar feel).


    Paper: 100% cotton hot press rag of 310g. It is white art paper with a smooth, matte surface. The paper survace conveys a sense of timelessness and quality


    Canvas: 19-mil, poly/cotton blend canvas for fine-art reproductions. It is water-resistant and highly resistant to cracking. The satin finish and textured weave enhance the aesthetic of fine art prints. It comes mounted on board, except at the large size which is shipped in a roll.


    After you receive the giclee

    Typically, prints on paper are matted and framed behind glass. Canvas prints aren't displayed behind glass.


    Matting and framing both paper and canvas prints with a simple wood or gold frame is recommended to enhance the painting. How you choose to exhibit your print is entirely up to you!



    small: 7.5" x 10"

    medium: 12" x 16" (Same size as the painting)

    large: 24" x 32" 

    ***please note. Large canvas orders to Israel cannot be mounted and will instead be sent rolled like the large paper orders. This is because shipping such large, flat prints jacks up the price for everyone. You will be able to take the canvas print and have it mounted or stretched in your city. 


    Custom Pricing is available, just use the contact form and ask for a specific size/whether you'd like it framed or stretched and I will give you the pricing.


    If you are in Israel, you already know how expensive it is to send products to Israel. I made shipping as low as possible. I will send all prints to one easy-to-access location in Jerusalem (Betzalel street) and you will need to arrange pickup. 


    If there are people willing to take prints to other cities, please contact me to let me know.