â€Ž"In the Abyss"24"x18" Acrylic painting on masonite panelI've always been obsessed with the deep sea creatures - those in the abyssal and benthic zones - and I've featured them in several of my paintings. This piece in particular shows several varieties of Anglerfish / Lanternfish - as well as a Gulper Eel! Of course they're a little creepy, but I did my best to make them a little bit cute, too. Many abyssal zone critters have bioluminescent spots and lures which was a lot of fun to paint! And of course I've included a mermaid who lives amongst them. One of my favourites! My own original acrylic painting, painted on a wood/masonite panel, it is 18" high by 24" wide - an original acrylic painting on 2" deep cradled masonite panel - no framing needed - ready to hang! Bidding starts at just one penny, for a 10 day auction ending the evening of Thursday, January 19th at 6:12 PM Central Time - see her here:
This is the original BIG 24"x18" acrylic painting on 2" deep craded masonite, ready to HANG!
(note to people of the future: this link will only be active for 90 days. after that - just check the prints instead below, hehe)
Prints and posters are below:
To see my other CURRENTLY available original paintings (some for auction ending soon!) up at eBay,
Also you can see my OTHER currently available original paintings at Pop Gallery Orlando at Downtown DisneyÂ® at the Walt Disney World ResortÂ® in person, or on their website here:
You can purchase my artwork from Pop Gallery via telephone (407)827-8200 or also via email: email@example.com or of course in person - they're open 365 days a year, just hop on down to Disney World!
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