Diego Alcazar de Colon - Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic (PRINT)
Materials: print, acid free archival paper
Width: 11 inches
Height: 8.5 inches
"I visited the Dominican Republic in the heat of Immigration outrage. While the American government was pulling out all the stops on banning brown people, I was examining cultural nuances literally in the shadow of buildings built by Columbus just after he "Immigrated" to the New World. We went through some life changing moments on that trip. I wrote a much longer version of this story on the website. http://scribblesofdave.com/Dominican.html"
Original is 9x12" Prismacolor Marker and Micron Pen on Watercolor Paper. Inquire if interested.
This is a high quality print on 8.5x11 archival paper. Signed and numbered.
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260 shop reviews5 out of 5 stars
Absolutely stunning! I’m having it framed properly as it deserves, and it’s going to make a gorgeous gift. If you’re on the fence about this one, don’t hesitate! A high quality art print.
Quality was great, as described and expected. My husband and I moved from Red Hook, NY, to Millbury, MA, in February 2020, right before covid hit. We watch NBC Boston 10 news every night and the anchor background usually shows the Longfellow/salt and pepper bridge. I was intrigued and wanted a print of it. I love Dave’s interpretation!
It look amazing and I can't wait to get a frame to put it up! the art style is really unique and beautiful and the Gonzo is my favorite Muppet so I had to get it.
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