The graceful figure of the statue of Minerva, a favorite symbol of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, silhouetted against a dramatic sunset.
Photography by Mark Wagoner.
This item is an Officially Licensed Collegiate Product, offered with the approval of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
This image is available as note cards or gallery-quality prints, in a variety of sizes. Use the "Size or Quantity" drop-down menu to see specific options and prices.
Prints: Unless otherwise requested, prints are printed on archival matte-surface paper, with a softened border, and signed on the front in the lower right-hand corner. The image, plus border and signature, will fit easily in a standard size pre-cut mat or frame.
Note cards: Photos are printed on lightly textured watercolor paper, and hand-folded and cut. Cards measure 5.5 x 4" (A2 stationery size) and come with natural white envelopes.
Note card sets are packaged in sealed clear cello bags. If your order is for a gift, or if you just like a little frou-frou for yourself (and who doesn’t now & then?), check out the “Gift Bag Upgrade” here: https://orangecatart.patternbyetsy.com/listing/43402796.
Custom note card sets, custom-sized prints, canvas wraps, and wood block prints are available upon request. For any of these, please contact us using the "Ask a Question" link, located just below the orange "Add to Cart" button above. Thank you!
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Oct 24, 2016
Picture looks great! Just what I needed in my new home as a UNCG alumni!
Mar 27, 2013
Beautiful picture. I was astonished to see the striations of charcoal and grey in the statue. My framer was impressed as well.Thank you.