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mixed media

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    July Evening in Hippocrates Square

    Mixed Media by Eric Rakov ⏤ 36 in x 24 in, Framed
    "Inspired by my family's visit to Rhodes, Greece in summer 2021 Hippocrates Square is a main gathering place, especially in the evening. I wanted to capture the sensory overload one experiences at ground level among throngs of tourist, hawkers and vendors illuminated by the brightly lit shops and restaurants that encompass the area. If one gets overwhelmed, cast your gaze upward and take respite in the vast dark sky punctuated by medieval architecture."

    Artwork may be picked up from STAAA on or after May 29th.

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  • Arches

    Mixed Media by Frank Alonso ⏤ 28 in x 20 in
    "Paper Mache and acrylic on canvas."

    Artwork may be picked up from STAAA on or after May 29th.

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    $200.00 Buy now
  • Italy at Epcot

    Mixed Media by Mary Shymkiv-Bakker ⏤ 14.5 in x 17.5 in, Framed
    "On a recent trip to EPCOT at Walt Disney World, I fell in love with all the replication of European cities on display. This was a sweet little corner of Italy with the cascading flowers, warm colors, and arches."

    Artwork may be picked up from STAAA on or after May 29th.

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    $235.00 Buy now
  • Taxi!

    Mixed Media by Kathleen Warren ⏤ 16 in x 12 in, Framed
    "Some of these bicycle taxis have been in the family for several generations. They seem to be in competition for the most colorful scenes to paint on the back, and the comment by Dr. Bill relates them to the Cuban culture. I've used encaustic wax with layers and textures to enhance the scene found in Camaquey."

    Artwork may be picked up from STAAA on or after May 29th.

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    $450.00 Buy now
  • Dial Tone

    Mixed Media by Kathleen Warren ⏤ 12 in x 18 in, Framed
    "The pay phones in Cuba are still used regularly, but I saw these two phones in Camaquey sitting idle. Ive used encaustic wax with layers and textures to bring out the details in the simple scene."

    Artwork may be picked up from STAAA on or after May 29th.

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    $450.00 Buy now
  • Garden Door

    Mixed Media by Tiffany Johnson ⏤ 11 in x 13 in, Framed

    Artwork may be picked up from STAAA on or after May 29th.

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    $275.00 Buy now
  • Papua New Guinea Boy with Pet Green Tree Python

    Mixed Media by Darline Braz ⏤ 24 in x 24 in, Framed
    "I took a photo in Alotau, Papua New Guinea, of a teenage boy dressed in native costume with his pet Green Tree Python draped around his neck. I asked him where he got it & he said, "I caught it." "How did you catch it?", I asked. I was astonished when he replied, "I caught it with my hands." He didn't look happy dressed as he was with his pet as the main attraction."

    Artwork may be picked up from STAAA on or after May 29th.

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    $700.00 Buy now
  • Baining Fire Dance II

    Mixed Media by Darline Braz ⏤ 40 in x 36 in, Framed
    "This painting was inspired by photos I took at a Baining Fire Dance on Rambaul in Papua New Guinea. Fire dances are carried out for many reasons. Originally a dance would celebrate a birth, mark a new harvest, remember the recently deceased or be done for initiation purposes. Such an event may feature upwards of 30 masks, each acted by men who take turns parading through a designated dance ground. An important part of the ceremony is an orchestra of men playing a variety of percussion instruments. As the tempo of the music increases over time, thetwo smaller varieties, the masked dancers leap through the fire. The images on the masks which are made of pounded bark are said to represent the forest spirits. The air is filled with the sounds of the percussion instruments & lots of smoke."

    Artwork may be picked up from STAAA on or after May 29th.

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    $900.00 Buy now