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Polycephalic animals, ones with multiple heads, are rare but according to wikipedia, turtles and snakes are the most common. And here’s a bit of trivia for you– In 1894, there was reported a two-headed partridge and in 1930, a two-headed kitten.

This is an archival quality reproduction of a cabinet card I painted, framed and gave my father for Father’s day. I used gesso, acrylic paints and pencil directly onto the old photograph. The two-headed snake represents the enchantment I used to feel in the woods at night as a child wandering the Blue Ridge with my flashlight.

This is an archival quality reproduction of my original painting which is acrylic and graphite on wood.

Image Size- 6"x9"
Paper Size- 8.5"x11"

Printed on a lovely archival, matte, and fade-resistant Epson paper, the colors are vivid and true to the original work.

Each print is signed, titled, and dated on the back.

Your print will be packaged securely in a cello sleeve with a sturdy cardboard backing to prevent bending.

Thank you so much for visiting my shop

The Serpent of Good Fortune Print


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  • Materials: paper, ink
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