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[GRANDDADDY'S SHOTGUN]

Granddaddy's Shotgun

    Granddaddy's shotgun was a scene I actually set up in the living-room of my first home. I used a pole-lamp to light the props so I could photograph them. As the painting progressed, I would walk from the studio to the living-room to check on tiny details and to see how shadows fell. I found the light had been moved into the kitchen on one such trip. When I asked Sharon why she moved the light, her expression was priceless. We both had a good laugh, and I went back to work.

    Limited-edition print 14'' x 24'' -- $35

    Printed on 100 percent acid-free archival paper

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