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Power At Work, NO.7 by Elizabeth  Sowell-Zak

Power At Work, NO.7 by Elizabeth Sowell-Zak

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Title: Power At Work, NO.7

Desc: Artist: Elizabeth Sowell-Zak, "Power At Work, NO.7," 2007-10, Painting, oil on canvas. 5"h x 5"W. Original available

The painting is part of a comedic body of work, "Power At Work" A which was inspired by a strong interest in body language and meaning that is innately and universally readable and understood. It was intended to give another view of how we connect with one another.

Media: Limited Edition Print. Numbered and Signed. Edition of 125

Size: 10" h x 10" w (image size)
Print with 3" border on paper, 16"H x 16"

Media: oil

Size: 5"h x 5"W

Genre: portrait

Price Range: Important $501-$5,000

In calendar: Yes
Provenance (calendar wins & curators).

Price:Original $200.00

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