Barbara Martin Art

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All for one and one for all does not always mean what it seems; a big top carnival atmosphere where the outsider/little guy makes a play for it -- the top spot clearly marked in case you forgot the (real) goal. A sardonic view of teamwork. This work was created on a cradled plywood board using acrylic paint, oil pastels and pencil. It is ready for hanging. Featured in "Breakwater Review", issue 20, and "The Menteur Literary and Arts Magazine" from the Paris School of Arts Culture, University of Kent. Price: $500. Prints are available! Go to bottom of page.
24.00" h x 16.00" w x 1.75" d
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