Artist's description:

This limited edition silk screen was done in the early 1980's of three children wearing their new clothes for Eid al Fitr. The baby in the middle is a boy dressed like a girl to ward off the Evil Jinn (spirits). I took the shot with my last bit of film back in the day when I used Kodak Ektachrome ASA 64 slide film. I was in a dark small one room breeze block house high in the Jebel Ahkdar. I held my breath and took the shot between heartbeats. The rich colors took almost a year to translate into a silk screen print, which has over 60 stencils. Archival inks and Strathmore rag.
Metalic copper, silver and gold inks used on all jewelry/metal subject matter.

Materials used:

archival rag paper and Sericol archival inks

The Mirror Saiq, Oman (1984)

$2,200

  • Screenprint, Paper
  • From a limited edition of 95
  • Size: 27 × 21.75 × 1 in (unframed) / 25 × 20.5 in (actual image size)
  • This artwork is sold unframed
  • Signed and numbered on the front
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