A "Limpet" informally refers to any gastropod whose shell has no obvious coiling. Their shells are dish-shaped, and they cling to the hard surfaces on which they live, using their muscular feet to apply suction. It is next to impossible to remove a limpet from a rock.
Materials: Original signed, acrylic painting on 1/8” inch flat Aquabord panel mounted in a warm gold bamboo frame.
Size: 6”x 6”
Frame details: Gold bamboo, wood, matted with glass, 1 ¼” deep, ready to hang.
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