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I painted this in 2003 while visiting Petra in Jordan. The name of this particular building is called El Khazneh or "the Treasury". The building is carved out of sandstone rock. It is believed to have been the mausoleum of the Nabatean King Aretas IV.
The original painting is an acrylic on canvas board painting with found objects from my trip affixed to the right and left borders.
This 16 x 20 inch premium quality, archival giclée print is ready to hang on your wall and includes all hanging hardware. Premium, high quality wood stretcher bars are dried to reduce warping and cracking. Comes with a satin varnish. Shipping is included in the price.
The print is so lovely and I will keep it for myself, although I initially thought I’d give it as a gift. It reminds me of my trip to Petra years ago.
We really like the Stretched Canvas Print that we purhcased from Katie Miranda. It is thought provoking and also attractive to the eye, thus stimulating both the brain and the senses. Thank you!