Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Bat is part of series of pen drawings based on Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. Although the book has inspired hundreds of images, I have tried to present my own vision of the characters. This, therefore, is how I see them…As a small child, I was first introduced to Alice in Wonderland by way of the 1951 Disney animated film. It captivated me and was probably responsible for my obsession with drawing as I repeatedly drew the characters. But it is the original drawings by Sir John Tenniel that define the characters. Not only because he was an amazing illustrator but because Carroll ensured they were depicted exactly how he saw them. Underterred by Carroll’s own vision and the brilliance of Tenniel, many will continue to re-imagine this visually rich book. Me included!
From the Alice Series, Twinkle Twinkle Little Bat is a print of an original drawing by Kim Curtis from her Alice in Wonderland Series. The drawing was created using fineliner pens and then digitally coloured. The wording is a quote taken from the Lewis Carroll book that relates to the scene or character. These particular lines are the start of the Mad Hatter’s rendition of his version of Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star.The artwork was reproduced on an 8 colour printer using archival pigment inks. The paper is high quality archival, acid free, 100% cotton inkjet paper. The resulting giclée print is mounted on a 12mm deep board and finished with a a high gloss, UV resistant Resin coating.A recess in the back of the panel allows it to hang from a slightly protruding screw head in the wall. No additional fixings are required.Easel not included. Watermark shown does not appear on the print.