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The Heavens Declare and the Trees Clap Their Hands Watercolor Print

The Heavens Declare and the Trees Clap Their Hands Watercolor Print

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Museum-quality posters made on thick and durable matte paper. Add a wonderful accent to your room and office with these posters that are sure to brighten any environment.

• Paper thickness: 10.3 mil
• Paper weight: 5.57 oz/y² (189 g/m²)
• Giclée printing quality
• Opacity: 94%
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Customer Reviews

Based on 31 reviews
A beautiful work of art speaking loudly in its silence.

My husband and I love this beautiful piece of art created by Naked Pastor. Through all of our years as a couple, we've handled challenges by standing together and loving one another through times of joy, sorrow, marital strife, worry, raising our family, and everything that comes with life. This piece sums it up! We're still together, leaning into each other, and so thankful!

Karen O.
Perfectly summed up my feelings

I had a toxic job that made me feel just like the bird in the drawing. I had to fight all the time to do my job well against the constant criticism. I adore the drawing, even as it makes me cry remembering that job.

Andrea Hatfield

This piece spoke to me. The pkg came in the mail all neatly done up. The print was as amazing as I expected it would be. I highly recommend . Thank you for how your art speaks to the heart without words, conveys emotional truths, and stands up for truth, and open-mindedness. I will treasure this piece.

Jodi Gabert

I love David's work. When I saw this, it spoke to me, telling me I needed it. And it was right; I did. I love it so much, I ordered one as a gift to remind that person of how they prevailed. Thank you, David. I look forward to more in this collection.

Aimee Knott
Carrying My Inner Child to Safety

Such a very beautiful print. I have followed David Hayward for some time. I was initially drawn to the cartoons about issues of injustice facing the LGBTI+ community. Later, I found the cartoons helped to keep me more generally aware of blind spots. And then one morning there was this work of art and it meant so much to me I could write an essay , so I will say simply "thank you". :D xxx

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