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  1. bed

    bed

    pillow eats snake

    Dimensions: 16 in x 1 in x 12 in

    Medium: Oil

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    $400.00

  2. this

    this

    the snake curls inside pillow

    Dimensions: 16 in x 1 in x 12 in

    Medium: Oil

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    $400.00

  3. upon

    upon

    a snake and a pillow, unlikely friends

    Dimensions: 16 in x 1 in x 12 in

    Medium: Oil

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    $400.00

  4. 911

    911

    Acrylic painting on a 16 by 20 canvas. 9-11 is a day Mr. Trump took over and promised to make America great again. I created this piece in honor of my president. I honestly do not like him by any means but I do respect him

    Dimensions: 16 in x 1 in x 20 in

    Medium: Arcrylic

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    $1,000.00

  5. Oh, now it's on!

    Oh, now it's on!

    Giant robots fighting in the city

    Dimensions: 11 in x 8 in x .01 in

    Medium: Pencil

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  6. Henry Bridge Over Lincoln Drive

    Henry Bridge Over Lincoln Drive

    This is a 300 DPI 21630pxby 10759px shot of the Henry Ave Bridge over Lincoln Drive. This is only a print. It is not a framed piece. This poster is printed on a 12 mils thick enhanced matte paper which has exceptional color and very flat reflectivity. Easily shippable through post.

    Dimensions: 72 in x 0.1 in x 36 in

    Medium: Photograph

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    $500.00

  7. The Water Works and Art Museum at Night

    The Water Works and Art Museum at Night

    This is a 300 DPI 28800px by 9791px shot of the Art Museum and Fairmount Water Works at Night. This is only a print. It is not a framed piece. This poster is printed on a 12 mils thick enhanced matte paper which has exceptional color and very flat reflectivity. Easily shippable through post.

    Dimensions: 96 in x 0.01 in x 33 in

    Medium: Photograph

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    $500.00

  8. Human Visual Field 7/7

    Human Visual Field 7/7

    (Spring Garden SEPTA Station - Looking South) Human Visual Field was installed adjacent to Paula Scher’s map installation Philadelphia Explained at the Temple Contemporary Gallery in 2015. In contrast to the broad picture of Philadelphia portrayed in the map, these images offer an intimate glimpse into everyday spaces of average Philadelphians. Stepping into the dome transports the viewer into a time and space outside of their own. The feeling is at once familiar and uncanny.

    Dimensions: 24 in x 12 in x 20 in

    Medium: Fiberglass, Inkjet Print, Resin

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    $625.00

  9. Human Visual Field 6/7

    Human Visual Field 6/7

    (Spring Garden SEPTA Station - Looking North) Human Visual Field was installed adjacent to Paula Scher’s map installation Philadelphia Explained at the Temple Contemporary Gallery in 2015. In contrast to the broad picture of Philadelphia portrayed in the map, these images offer an intimate glimpse into everyday spaces of average Philadelphians. Stepping into the dome transports the viewer into a time and space outside of their own. The feeling is at once familiar and uncanny.

    Dimensions: 24 in x 12 in x 20 in

    Medium: Fiberglass, Inkjet Print, Resin

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    $625.00

  10. Human Visual Field 5/7

    Human Visual Field 5/7

    (Abandon Building at Emlen St. and Cresheim St.) Human Visual Field was installed adjacent to Paula Scher’s map installation Philadelphia Explained at the Temple Contemporary Gallery in 2015. In contrast to the broad picture of Philadelphia portrayed in the map, these images offer an intimate glimpse into everyday spaces of average Philadelphians. Stepping into the dome transports the viewer into a time and space outside of their own. The feeling is at once familiar and uncanny.

    Dimensions: 24 in x 12 in x 20 in

    Medium: Fiberglass, Inkjet Print, Resin

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    $625.00

  11. Human Visual Field 4/7

    Human Visual Field 4/7

    (Interior of Apartment at 3rd St and Brown St) Human Visual Field was installed adjacent to Paula Scher’s map installation Philadelphia Explained at the Temple Contemporary Gallery in 2015. In contrast to the broad picture of Philadelphia portrayed in the map, these images offer an intimate glimpse into everyday spaces of average Philadelphians. Stepping into the dome transports the viewer into a time and space outside of their own. The feeling is at once familiar and uncanny.

    Dimensions: 24 in x 12 in x 20 in

    Medium: Fiberglass, Inkjet Print, Resin

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    $625.00

  12. Human Visual Field 3/7

    Human Visual Field 3/7

    (2nd Floor of Book Trader in Old City) Human Visual Field was installed adjacent to Paula Scher’s map installation Philadelphia Explained at the Temple Contemporary Gallery in 2015. In contrast to the broad picture of Philadelphia portrayed in the map, these images offer an intimate glimpse into everyday spaces of average Philadelphians. Stepping into the dome transports the viewer into a time and space outside of their own. The feeling is at once familiar and uncanny.

    Dimensions: 24 in x 12 in x 20 in

    Medium: Fiberglass, Inkjet Print, Resin

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    $625.00

  13. Human Visual Field 2/7

    Human Visual Field 2/7

    (Interior of El Bar in Kensington) Human Visual Field was installed adjacent to Paula Scher’s map installation Philadelphia Explained at the Temple Contemporary Gallery in 2015. In contrast to the broad picture of Philadelphia portrayed in the map, these images offer an intimate glimpse into everyday spaces of average Philadelphians. Stepping into the dome transports the viewer into a time and space outside of their own. The feeling is at once familiar and uncanny.

    Dimensions: 24 in x 12 in x 20 in

    Medium: Fiberglass, Inkjet Print, Resin

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    $625.00

  14. Human Visual Field 1/7

    Human Visual Field 1/7

    (Back Yard of El Bar in Kensington) Human Visual Field was installed adjacent to Paula Scher’s map installation Philadelphia Explained at the Temple Contemporary Gallery in 2015. In contrast to the broad picture of Philadelphia portrayed in the map, these images offer an intimate glimpse into everyday spaces of average Philadelphians. Stepping into the dome transports the viewer into a time and space outside of their own. The feeling is at once familiar and uncanny.

    Dimensions: 24 in x 12 in x 20 in

    Medium: Fiberglass, Inkjet Print, Resin

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    $625.00

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