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ALICE alice to a tea. alice in wonderland faerie tale feet limited edition print signed & numbered by halthegal

ALICE alice to a tea. alice in wonderland faerie tale feet limited edition print signed & numbered by halthegal

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: gouache, ink
  • Favorited by: 16 people
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"alice to a tea."

from an original gouache painting in my faerie tale feet series,
this piece of alice's adventure is tattered with a hyper pattern of teapots, rabbits in pocket*watches, teacups, drink*me tags, queenly heart*felt crowns, and some other surprises that await anybody who makes this or her own way down the rabbit hole...

graced with my signature stance of "am i really supposed to be here?" alice's mary jane shoes are a stark black contrast to the vibrant pastel parade of nonsensical mayhem she's found her way into inadvertently.

my antique carroll books & wilting flowers not included, but trust me:
you'll LOVE the print!

now available in three size options:

LARGE print measures 16x16" in the mat,
image size is 9x9"
ready to frame!
limited edition of 350

SMALL print measures 12x12" in the mat,
image size is 7x7"
ready to frame!
limited edition of 250

SMALL framed print measures 13 x 13” in the frame
image size is 7x7”
limited edition of 250
soft black framing, wire back reading for hanging

(first pic is me holding the largest print size; human for scale!) ;)

archival inks won't fade, and each print is hand signed, titled, & numbered, by me, the artist, halthegal.

the original painting has sold, but you can read more about the painting process and the original story on my website: https://www.halthegal.art/alice/

you can purchase the matching greeting card here: http://etsy.me/1OsECe8
"alice to a tea."

from an original gouache painting in my faerie tale feet series,
this piece of alice's adventure is tattered with a hyper pattern of teapots, rabbits in pocket*watches, teacups, drink*me tags, queenly heart*felt crowns, and some other surprises that await anybody who makes this or her own way down the rabbit hole...

graced with my signature stance of "am i really supposed to be here?" alice's mary jane shoes are a stark black contrast to the vibrant pastel parade of nonsensical mayhem she's found her way into inadvertently.

my antique carroll books & wilting flowers not included, but trust me:
you'll LOVE the print!

now available in three size options:

LARGE print measures 16x16" in the mat,
image size is 9x9"
ready to frame!
limited edition of 350

SMALL print measures 12x12" in the mat,
image size is 7x7"
ready to frame!
limited edition of 250

SMALL framed print measures 13 x 13” in the frame
image size is 7x7”
limited edition of 250
soft black framing, wire back reading for hanging

(first pic is me holding the largest print size; human for scale!) ;)

archival inks won't fade, and each print is hand signed, titled, & numbered, by me, the artist, halthegal.

the original painting has sold, but you can read more about the painting process and the original story on my website: https://www.halthegal.art/alice/

you can purchase the matching greeting card here: http://etsy.me/1OsECe8

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