You'd think this piece was inspired purely by the Kentucky Derby, but NO, there is other inspiration going on here. This piece is inspired by the movie "My Fair Lady" when Audrey Hepburn's character yells out "Move y'er bloomin arse!" She blows her cover at the Derby. Maybe I should have painted Audrey on the bottom but I wanted someone more modern and unknown. Because we all have the Kentucky Derby on our bucket list. Grab your mint julep and enjoy the nuances of the encaustic brushwork, oil stick drawing and spray paint.
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Fine art giclee prints digitally capture the original work photographed by a professional photographer. They are printed on heavyweight canvas using archival inks, and museum gallery wrapped on 1.5" stretcher bars. Fine art prints are a textured 100% acid free, heavyweight, white paper. Ready for matting and framing of your choice. Art prints are shipped direct to the client from the Print Company in Austin Texas.