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The House That Owl Built

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Framing: NONE
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Edition Size 50
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TYPE:Archival Pigment Prints on 310gsm Fine Art Paper
SIZE:9 x 17 Inches
RELEASE DATE:   Jan 01 2016
RUN # 00775DB
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The framing option for this RUN includes a 1 Inch Black Wood Frame with UV Glass, foam core backing and ready to hang hardware.


"Most of what gallery visitors see is the final curated finished pieces in a clean well lit room. Carpe Diem gives visitors the opportunity to view the entire process from blank canvas to completion. The idea behind the show is that each piece is created at the gallery by the artists in 24 hours. The gallery chose a date and each artist was given a 4ft x 8ft panel and a 24 hour window in which to make their pieces. This year it started at 8am March 29th and finished at 8am on March 30th. The gallery was open to the public the entire time. There was a lot of interaction, not only between the artists, but also between the public and the artists. This is the second year lOAKal has done this show and we plan on continuing and growing it." - Eddie Colla

This print comes signed, numbered and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity from Max Kauffman and 1xRUN.

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I grew up in South Bend, Indiana. Born in Chicago, I returned there often for skateboarding in my teens and concerts after that. In Indiana, a giant portion of my early life was outdoors - wandering swamps, flipping over logs, exploring the (to me) forest primeval in my backyard. This duality shaped me and the work I do. Needing something larger after high school, I attended ASU for ceramics and anthropology. The latter has been one of my largest influences to date. I’ve been fortunate enough to show my work across the US for the past seven years. I’ve also shown bits of things in Italy, Israel, and Canada (first out of the country solo there last year). Featured in Juxtapoz, Lost at E Minor, Beautiful Decay, and Wallfarmers. I’ve been lucky enough to work with people like Mountain Dew, Nike, and Arbor on projects, and have written for Hi Fructose on and off since 2008.
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