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Originals

DEER AT THE DESERT SKATE original paper collage

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Originals

DEER AT THE DESERT SKATE original paper collage



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Description

Original paper collage artwork features a buck and doe in a painted desert landscape with remnants of an old roller skating rink in the distance. Contemporary Western art merges hand-cut paper collage with painting. Finished with wood frame and Museum Plexi.

  • One of a Kind
  • Medium: vintage papers on wood
  • Size: 47.75" H x 79.75" W (framed)
  • Frame: hand-assembled weathered brown wood frame with Museum Plexi
  • Hardware: ready to hang with D-ring hangers on back

The Story

The last guitar chord. The last neon flickering letter “T”.
The last broken window. The last cinderblock dust.
The last rusted Chevrolet door handle. The last “Hey, see you tomorrow.”
The first chartreuse cholla spine. The first horned lizard.
The first mule deer hoofprint in the sand. The first sun shadow on the distant hills.
The first conversation between stone and sky.