Part of a limited-edition run of 25, this print is from the 365 Daily Art Project, a concept consisting of a piece of art created for every day throughout the year. A stunning display of the imagination, the series was created by Berkeley artist Clark Kellogg, a professor of Creativity and Design at Haas School of Business at the University of California at Berkeley. He enjoys the distinction of being the first artist-in-residence at a U.S. business school. Each work of art is made from a variety of materials, such as oil, acrylic paint, pencil and collage. When traveling, Kellogg uses found objects to incorporate into that day’s art. Each piece is 8" x 10"; the actual art is approx. 6" x 6".