donkey painting-archival print- purple background. Snowy was a donkey that lived at the Isle of Wight Donkey Sanctuary in England
donkey painting-archival print- purple background. Snowy was a donkey that lived at the Isle of Wight Donkey Sanctuary in England
Donkey Fine Art Print - Snowy
donkey painting-archival print- purple background. Snowy was a donkey that lived at the Isle of Wight Donkey Sanctuary in England
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Donkey Fine Art Print - Snowy

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In Memoriam. This is sweet, gentle Snowy, an adorable older gentleman donkey that I fell in love with on my visit to the Isle of Wight Donkey Sanctuary.  Snowy has passed on since I painted this, but I want to keep his memory alive. Read more about Snowy below. 

There are two types of signed prints available. 

The Photographic Print has a luster finish which has a bit of a gloss to it, but not too much.  This 8" x 10" high-quality silver halide print is on archival paper. This print is signed and is packaged in a plastic sleeve and sent with a sturdy backing.

The Archival Ink Giclee Print has a matte finish.  This 8" x 10" archival ink print was professionally printed on Moab Lasal Photo Matte 230gsm. This print is signed and is packaged in an archival sleeve and sent with a sturdy archival backing.

10% of this sale goes back to the Isle of Wight Donkey Sanctuary to help provide all the love and care that Snowy's friends need. By purchasing my products you are not only supporting me to do more of this work helping animals, you are also supporting the sanctuary and Snowy's friends!

All copyright is retained by Melisa Beveridge. No reprinting of this image is permitted.

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Snowy was a lovely gentle white donkey who was super enchanting. Completely white donkeys are rare which made Snowy even more special.  He tended to eat a bit more slowly than the other donkeys at the Isle of Wight Donkey Sanctuary, so he ate in his own stall so Jimbob wouldn’t try to finish his food. I loved walking by the barn and seeing him poke his head out to politely let us know he was done and ready to go back to his friends when we had a minute to open the door for him. Snowy passed away recently and is greatly missed by all of his friends.