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©2007 Andrice Arp

Original is Painted in Black and White acrylic. Originally done for the Delirium Tremens show at Carmichael Gallery in Los Angeles. Also published in MOME. It's part of a series of four.

"The Problem is What to Do Now"
5" x 7" image printed on 8.5" x 11" paper.
Archival Print on 64lb/250gsm Aurora Fine Art Natural paper* using Epson Ultrachrome pigment inks

The second image is the full painting.

If you are looking for the original art, this and the other paintings in this series that are still available are here:

I will be listing prints of the other paintings as well.

* Aurora Fine Art paper is 100% cotton rag paper, acid-free and lignin-free.

The Problem is What to Do Now - Archival Print 8.5x11

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: aurora fine art paper, ultrachrome pigment ink, acrylic, acrylic paint, masonite, wood
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