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Spiders Playing Poker

Spiders Playing Poker

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Spiders Playing Poker is one of my most popular paintings. It has spiders playing poker, dogs playing poker (so it’s meta, I guess?) and also—if I have yet to mention it—is filled with spiders. Fun, cute, gamblin’, boozin’ spiders. While most of my work anymore is acrylic washes on illustration board, the original was acrylic on canvas. Large size limited edition canvas prints are all sold out on this one, but I might make a small series available if there is enough interest.

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About Fine Art Prints

Each print is hand-signed and numbered by me, the artist. These prints are open-edition, which means that there is no limit on the amount that may be printed. I do offer limited edition hand-embellished prints of some, but not all, of my artworks. To see my available limited edition hand embellished prints, click here.

All Fine Art Prints are printed on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 308g archival paper. This smooth, natural-white, 100 percent rag-based paper is specifically designed to meet the needs of photographers or artists using digital photographic output. While some papers are chosen due to surface characteristics, Photo Rag is popular because it intrudes the least. The coated side of this paper provides excellent image sharpness and optimum color graduation. The coating also offers a very high level of water resistance (but please – frame your prints properly – no using them for drink coasters!).

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Fine Art Prints

Large (13 x 19), Small (8.5 x 11)

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