|Example Sizes||Paper Type|
|25" x 13"||$73||$123|
|42" x 22"||$155||$285|
|59" x 31"||$277||$524|
|76" x 40"||$431||$833|
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The sizes shown above are in inches and for the printed area only. All prints are delivered with a 2" unprinted border all around to allow room for matting or signatures. The first size shown above is the maximum size; you may order any size smaller than that. Other sizes shown above are just examples.
The high-quality, pigment-based Giclée printing process can be applied to archival-quality watercolor paper or premium poster paper. Both look great!
The watercolor paper has a much longer life. The archival materials used include Hahnemuhle William Turner Watercolor Paper 310 gsm and Epson Ultrachrome K3 ink. The original art is captured at extremely high resolution with a professional camera to assure the best quality print at any size.
A subtle and complex Mandala design, Belly of the Snake suggests derivative shapes of Mayan serpents and perhaps the webs of Anansi, the Spider Man who used his webs to capture the wisdom and stories of the world.
The Maya viewed the serpent as a portal between two worlds. One interpretation of the piece suggests the serpent consumed or hosted the tales and life experiences ensnared in the webs, and that the serpent portal was really a life path between two worlds.
This piece is one of the largest and most complex created by the artist, requiring over 130 hours to complete.