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"The Fantasy Procession ~ Rhino"

copyright Brad W Foster 1996     


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The Fantasy Procession ~ Rhino

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The Fantasy Procession ~ Rhino

Signed & numbered limited edition of 1,000


--PRINT ONLY, PRICE-- $15.00
--MATTED IN BLACK, PRICE-- $30.00

--PRINT IMAGE SIZE-- 17" X 9" (w x h)
--PRINT PAPER SIZE-- 18" X 10" (w x h)
--MATTED SIZE-- 20" X 12" (w x h)


This is the third and final image of my fantasy procession triptych: three separate drawings which can each stand on their own as individual pieces of art but, when placed side by side, form one continuous image. You know, not every vehicle in a parade has to have wheels. It takes a massive Argent Park rhino to have the power to tow along a huge hot air balloon, the first float in this parade that is really floating! In the basket is Hobbsbobble, the Wizard of Charwhimble Valley, busy conjuring up a bit of magic that floats along behind the balloon. Mr. Mirian, the town's practical inventor, is attempting to capture a few of the glowing sparks for later study and analysis! To either side of Hobbs are his familiar, an Argent Park owl, and the ever vigilant Procession Al (the procession owl), popping up agin in this third section of the parade to check out his metallically avian compatriot.
   (This is just part of the full procession. Be sure to check out the "Caravan" and "Music" sections as well!)

--Info on the printing process, plus care & feeding instructions--
This is a limited-edition print, each copy signed & numbered by the artist. It is created from a film negative made directly from the original artwork, then retouched by the artist, and printed by offset lithography on Starwhite paper stock. Mounting and matting materials are either low-acid or acid-free. To maintain the quality of this work, do not display it where it will be exposed to direct sunlight for extended periods, or to extremes of temperature or humidity. I also recommend that you look at it once it is up on your wall (at least six times a week is considered the minimum), or else it will get sad and lonely, and the tear-stains will make it look less attractive.


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