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WESTERN DAUGHTERS SERIES (FOURTH OF JULY) original paper collage

Originals

WESTERN DAUGHTERS SERIES (FOURTH OF JULY) original paper collage



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Description

Original paper collage from the Western Daughters Series features a redhead cowgirl in velvet gold shirt, lighting a cigarette behind a barn on the 4th of July. Contemporary Western art merges hand-cut paper collage with painting. Finished with black frame, acid-free bevel edge mat and Museum Plexi.

  • One of a Kind
  • Medium: vintage papers and acrylic on wood
  • Size: 45.5" H x 45.5" W (framed)
  • Frame: contemporary black frame with acid-free mat and Museum Plexi
  • Hardware: ready to hang with wire on back

The Story

Everyone else was down in town, waving flags on oak street and stuffing ice cream into their mouths. Dogs were chasing crying babies and women in flag-flavored halter tops were bouncing on glittering floats tossing taffy to teens. She took her dad’s truck and drove back up to the barn, lit a Marlboro red, and exhaled. Independence Day.