Artist's description:

All for one and one for all does not always mean what it seems; a big top carnival atmosphere where the outsider/little guy makes a play for it -- the top spot clearly marked in case you forgot the (real) goal. A sardonic view of teamwork.

This work was created on a cradled plywood board using acrylic paint, oil pastels and pencil. It is ready for hanging.

Featured in "Breakwater Review", issue 20.

Materials used:

Acylic paint, oil pastels, pencil, brush and hands

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This artwork is sold by Barbara Martin from United States

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