I love strange things. When I look into an old cabinet with weird jars and boxes crammed onto dusty shelves I can only hope, with baited breath, that I will find something like this. It hasn't happened yet, but it might. This particular creature came from the trees, specifically, it came from somewhere deep in the gnarled roots of some very old trees. I don't know what it does down there, but I would really like to find out. If you wish your home looked more like the interior of a fascinating Victorian curio cabinet, this is the painting for you.
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Museum quality Canvas and Fine Art archival prints and reproductions. 100% acid free archival cotton papers - a true museum quality appearance.
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