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OZ faerie tale feet yellow brick road wizard of oz limited edition signed art print ruby slippers art halthegal toto too

OZ faerie tale feet yellow brick road wizard of oz limited edition signed art print ruby slippers art halthegal toto too

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: gouache, museum board, archival ink, signed by the artist, all the colours

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From Greenville, SC
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i’ve been obsessed with the ruby slippers for as long as i can remember. years of childhood trips to washington, d.c. with my Presidential history-obsessed mother were highlighted by seeing the (nearly lackluster, but still revolutionary) ruby slippers at the american history museum.

as any story nerd shall tell you, yes, they were silver in the original book. but mgm changed them to ruby to show off the wonders of technicolor. & i (and millions others, i’m sure) are forever grateful.

so i’m pleased to present to you the latest piece in my faerie tale feet series: “& we’re off!” inspired by l. frank baum’s oz stories. (he wrote 14 books. i read 7 before i had to quit because i was already trying to squeeze in too much obscure symbolism! also, yes, i tried making dorothy’s slippers silver for accuracy, but even with metallic gouache, they looked sad & grey. so i’m making ruby canon, okay? okay.) 😉

so here's a limited edition, signed, titled, and numbered print of my original gouache painting entitled
"& we're off!"

featuring our 4 unique journey-makers (& toto, too) parading down the yellow brick road.
the rainbow background is full of story icons from the first and their subsequent adventures in OZ.
(you can read about ALL of them on my art & process blog here: https://halthegal.wordpress.com/2018/04/28/yellowbrickroad/

print is available 3 ways:

LARGE print measures 20 x 11” in the mat,
image size is 16 x 6.75”
ready to frame!
limited edition of 350

SMALL print measures 16 x 9” in the mat,
image size is 12 x 5”
ready to frame!
limited edition of 250

SMALL framed print measures 16.75 x 9.75” in the frame
image size is 12 x 5”
limited edition of 250
soft black framing, wire back reading for hanging

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

(first photo is me holding the small framed option; human for scale!)

read more about the painting process and the original books that inspired the background symbolism in this piece on my website:
https://www.halthegal.art/wizard-of-oz/

purchase the matching greeting card here: https://etsy.me/2NNAZ8w

& the beautiful new luxe faerie tale feet bookmark here: https://etsy.me/2uVM40m

the original painting is also still currently available. just message me if you're interested! ($525, already framed + $40 for safe u.s. shipping.)
i’ve been obsessed with the ruby slippers for as long as i can remember. years of childhood trips to washington, d.c. with my Presidential history-obsessed mother were highlighted by seeing the (nearly lackluster, but still revolutionary) ruby slippers at the american history museum.

as any story nerd shall tell you, yes, they were silver in the original book. but mgm changed them to ruby to show off the wonders of technicolor. & i (and millions others, i’m sure) are forever grateful.

so i’m pleased to present to you the latest piece in my faerie tale feet series: “& we’re off!” inspired by l. frank baum’s oz stories. (he wrote 14 books. i read 7 before i had to quit because i was already trying to squeeze in too much obscure symbolism! also, yes, i tried making dorothy’s slippers silver for accuracy, but even with metallic gouache, they looked sad & grey. so i’m making ruby canon, okay? okay.) 😉

so here's a limited edition, signed, titled, and numbered print of my original gouache painting entitled
"& we're off!"

featuring our 4 unique journey-makers (& toto, too) parading down the yellow brick road.
the rainbow background is full of story icons from the first and their subsequent adventures in OZ.
(you can read about ALL of them on my art & process blog here: https://halthegal.wordpress.com/2018/04/28/yellowbrickroad/

print is available 3 ways:

LARGE print measures 20 x 11” in the mat,
image size is 16 x 6.75”
ready to frame!
limited edition of 350

SMALL print measures 16 x 9” in the mat,
image size is 12 x 5”
ready to frame!
limited edition of 250

SMALL framed print measures 16.75 x 9.75” in the frame
image size is 12 x 5”
limited edition of 250
soft black framing, wire back reading for hanging

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

(first photo is me holding the small framed option; human for scale!)

read more about the painting process and the original books that inspired the background symbolism in this piece on my website:
https://www.halthegal.art/wizard-of-oz/

purchase the matching greeting card here: https://etsy.me/2NNAZ8w

& the beautiful new luxe faerie tale feet bookmark here: https://etsy.me/2uVM40m

the original painting is also still currently available. just message me if you're interested! ($525, already framed + $40 for safe u.s. shipping.)

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