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Armadillo - Giclee

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"Why Did the Armadillo Cross the Road?"


Well, the Armadillo has been around longer than roads, so the real question is, why did the road cross the Armadillo?

It is part of a mini-series of geometric glitch paintings I've created where the environment seems to be in some sort of crystalline geodesic dome or prism creating distortions. As a result, this displacement of nature alludes to many things. Such as man's ability to mold the earth as he sees fit, along with the idea of the Holographic Principle.

Displacement can leave the wanderer lost in an unfamiliar place. It is important to help native species thrive where they belong. Because of this, the armadillo is attempting to cross the road to find it's way back home perhaps. Cracks in the foundation prove it to be most difficult and has created somewhat of a maze, albeit only for smaller creatures to explore.

Sizes available:
5" x 7" paper - image size is 3 5/8" x 5 5/8" (Open Edition)
11" x 14" paper - image size is 8 1/4" x 11 1/4" - Edition of 150
13" x 19" paper - image size is 12 1/2" x 18 1/4" - Edition of 150

Unframed fine art giclée print, printed with pigment inks on high quality acid-free archival paper to ensure the highest quality and longevity that will last a lifetime. Comes with a acid free mounted mat board presented flat in a cellophane sleeve with a backing board.

• Hand signed with print number on front.
• All prints come unframed/unmatted and have extra space to allow for matting & framing.
• Acid free archival 88lb. Polar Matte Card Stock.
• Printed with epson archival pigment inks.
• Paper prints need to framed behind glass to protect against UV damage, moisture and dust.

**Note: Print quality is greater than photos.

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