But we have this treasure in jars of clay to show that this all-surpassing power is from God and not of us." II Corinthians 4:7
Paul's verse from 2 Corinthians in the Bible is written in sepia india ink calligraphy and compliments a rustic stone jar painted in watercolor.
Limited edition print series of 50, (the original has sold) signed and numbered by Jocelyn Boblink on heavy off-white Somerset Velvet acid-free textured print paper, is professionally printed in lightfast digital ink. Color is very true to the original-- in fact, hard to tell the difference. Watermarks will not appear on your print.
Different variations of my Bible verse series have been given as gifts for wedding, housewarming, retiring Pastors or teachers, etc.
All copyrights, including licensing and reproduction, are retained by the artist. Framing not included; shown for illustrative purposes only.
Ready to ship, flat in a plastic sleeve (so you can mat in the frame of your choice) and cardboard Stayflat shipping support.
Cancellation on any custom order must be made within 72 hours. Depending on hours invested, there may be a fee retained before a refund can be made on any cancellation. Fee at the fair discretion of the artist. Sales tax will be assessed on any orders placed within Indiana.
Custom items generally take seven days to produce and ship; artwork in hand will ship within 48 hours, unless noted otherwise. All items ship through the USPS. Please notify us immediately upon ordering whether there is an event deadline, insurance, or overnight delivery requested; we'll be happy to help.
In general, there are no refunds on artwork based on anything beyond shipping damage. Irregularities, perceived pencil marks, or color adjustments between sunlight, incandescent light and computer screen color are inherent in artwork. Rejoice in the surprises life gives you. Additionally, the shop cannot make refunds based on the inability to read the buyer's mind; buyers should be as specific as possible at the time of the order. Feel free to contact the shop should a misspelling or other issue arise.