This is #7 in the series. There is not a set number of pieces for this series. Therefore it is not a limited-edition run, although every piece in the series is uniquely hand-made by the artist. Artwork is numbered in the order it was created, which is intended more for reference purposes than anything else.
This artwork is a collage of re-purposed giclée prints and 1940's Railroad Magazine clippings. Work is mounted with archival adhesive on card stock. Each piece is signed, dated, numbered on the back. This piece arrives mounted inside an 8x10 white mat board. Mat is titled and signed in graphite. Artwork ships unframed, will fit inside any 8x10 frame upon arrival.
Items carefully packaged in a thick cardboard envelope and shipped quickly via USPS Mail.
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We have been designing and manufacturing bags and cases in our own backyard from the start. This lets us turn prototypes to production very quickly and ensure products are made just right.
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Richard "Ricky" Watts is an American painter, notably recognized for his colorful works of fluid shapes and movement. A versatile artist with range across multiple mediums, Ricky’s large-scale murals and intricate paintings on canvas can be found throughout the United States.