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Thundering hooves, flying mud. It’s always the longshot.

This is a hand-touched, signed and matted (11 x 14) print of an original negative image transfer, taken at the Breeders Cup, Lone Star Park in Grand Prairie, Texas. It is printed on 140 lb, acid free, cold press watercolor paper with HP Vivera archival inks. Because each is hand-touched with color highlighting, each is slightly different. This print is also available in a matted 16 x 20 format, ready for framing ($75).

That's Why They Call it a Horserace

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Overview

  • Materials: antique polaroid cameras, pack film, 140 lb acid free, cold press watercolor paper, hp vivera archival ink, oil wash, colored pencil, acid free matboard
  • Feedback: 9 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from Texas, United States.
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