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Under Water World

10.5 x 9 in. (26.67 x 22.86 cm)

Fine art wood print on 1/2" sustainable Birch, bright white finish hand signed and numbered by Moira Hahn.

Available exclusively in a fourteen day timed release ending Saturday, April 16th at 11:59 pm PST.

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Because each print is hand signed by Moira Hahn, the prints will ship out around April 30th.

About the print:

An exclusive release in association with MOIRA HAHN “NIGHT OF 1000 FIRE MONKEYS”
Opening Reception: April 9th | 7-11 pm
Exhibition continues: April 9 through May 15, 2016

Gregorio Escalante gallery presents Moira Hahn’s “Night of 1000 Fire Monkeys.” This exhibition features Hahn’s collection of exquisitely rendered anthropomorphic animal characters in a vibrant celebration of the Year of the Fire Monkey. In an East-meets-West-meets-South-of-the-Border psychedelic apparition, we find a menagerie of colorful creatures celebrating the New Year together in an abundance of dramatic situations. There are, of course, monkeys – as well as tigers, parrots, dogs, squirrels, bees, mice, and cats, among others – engaged in the fun.

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$125.00

About Moira Hahn

Moira Hahn

Hahn moved to California from the East Coast as a teenager to attend California College of Arts and Crafts (CCAC, now CCA). Prior to committing to fine art, she worked in animation and illustration. Her clients included Time magazine, Cosmopolitan, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times and The ...


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Tags Animals, Painting, Pop Art, Pop Surrealism

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