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Sublimation Mouse Pad by Wildlife Artists Wayne Chunat

Sublimation Mouse Pad by Wildlife Artists Wayne Chunat

Regular price $30.00 USD
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Reliable and Safe : Our quality mouse pads are made of rubber and polyester fabrics, flat and smooth surfaces, with non slip bottoms, not easy to break or tear, ideal for a long time use. Non-slip nature rubber used for base, firmly grip the desktop for stable operation of the mice. Fits all type of surface incuding wood, glass, marble, metal .

Makes great gifts, send them to your family, friends on occasions like Valentine's Day, Christmas, Thanksgiving, Halloween, Weddings , Birthdays and another festive celebrations. 

Quick and Easy to Clean: Our mouse pads adopts a process for avoiding the liquid dampening your mouse; When liquid splashes on the mat, it forms water droplets and slides off fast, not easy to dirty your mouse pads.

High Compatibility: Our mouse pads measure about 8.66 x 7.08 x 0.12 inches, widely suitable to most wire, wireless, optical, mechanical and laser mice, ideal for game players, designers and persons who use mouse for a long time

*** Mouse Pads are made to order in my Studio in Florida.

 ***  Colors may vary slightly depending on monitor/tablet/phone

Permissions was given by Artist to use his Paintings.

About the Artist:

Wayne J. Chunat, a retired naturalist and park superintendent, is one of the most versatile artists to ever appear in the wildlife art genre. He is equally at home with watercolors, gouache, acrylics, oils and pencil as well as etchings and sculpture. Since he is virtually self-taught, his techniques are all his own.

His style can vary from fin-and-feather realistic to loose and airy impressions, depending on how he feels he can best portray the animal and its environment. He uses first-hand observations, photography and museum-specimen study to capture the living essence of wildlife. Wayne’s subjects range from birds, reptiles, mammals, wildflowers and ferns to natural landscapes and historic structures.

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