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Were All Mad Here, Im Mad, Youre Mad by Craig Davison

Were All Mad Here, Im Mad, Youre Mad by Craig Davison
Limited Editions of 195 - individually signed by Craig Davison
Craig Davison's biography
Canvas With Slip Price:
SOLD OUT
 
Medium:
Giclee On Canvas
Artwork Type:
Canvas With Slip
Style:
Figurative
Editions:
195
 
Image Size:
762 x 660 mm
 


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We all fancy ourselves as someone we’re clearly not and never have been (nor likely to be), that much is true. Perhaps not since our own childhoods, unless of course we are cited as ‘Actors’ on our collective CVs, and then that opens up an altogether different can of imaginative worms. But THIS leave-taking of our senses is all about reflections of our youth; and moreover our immediate connections with those fictional characters we all wanted to be; however fleeting and to whatever playful ends.

Making many a visual dream come true since turning professional as a contemporary figurative artist, the best-selling and critically acclaimed Craig Davison is one man who regularly displays an uncanny visual knack for this, as effortlessly depicted with ease through his signature compositional pieces. This brand new Summer 2015 giclee on canvas limited edition continues to provide no visible exception to this rule of illustrative thumb, as does his entire and current Alice in Wonderland-themed and graphically styled portfolio. ‘We’re All Mad Here, I’m Mad, You’re Mad’ however is arguably the flagship brand, and as such we’re bracing ourselves for a flurry of interest on this individually-signed 30” x 26” iterations (numbering just 195) from the outset (ie, NOW!). 


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