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A doberman plays tug with a rope toy.

This is an original watercolor painting, NOT a print. It was created as part of the BlueDogRose Tarot by Nakisha. It is signed on the back.

It was drawn with archival ink then painted with watercolor paints on watercolor paper. The watermark (©Nakisha copyright) does not appear on the original, but please note that any writing or roman numerals on the painting are part of the design, since it was created for a tarot deck.

This piece will be sent in a crystal clear protective hard plastic sleeve and comes with a description of the art. The second image shows an example of what the reverse side may look like and the hard plastic sleeve your art will come in.

The BlueDogRose Tarot that this art was created for is a unique 78 card Tarot deck created by Nakisha in 2011. Instead of Swords there are Cats, Clubs(wands) are Dogs, Cups are Birds and Pentacles are Rodents. In addition to these animals, the 22 cards of the Major Arcana has goldfish, guinea pigs and rabbits. This deck is sold separately, please see my other listings or contact me for more information.

This painting is also an ACEO, which stands for Art Card Editions and Originals. They are pieces of artwork measuring 2.5 x 3.5 inches (6.4 cm x 8.9 cm), the same as a standard playing card.

No additional shipping charges are added for multiple purchases from my shop; please see my policies for more information.
Nakisha VanderHoeven

The BlueDogRose Tarot - Original Art - Nine of Dogs

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: watercolors, ink, paper
  • Ships worldwide from Washington, United States
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