"The Rooster and the Butterfly" By David Alan Sincavage

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A whimsical drawing rendered in chalk. Soft colors meet dark contour lines hanging over a misty black background. This piece comes mounted on white foam core and has a black mat with a beveled opening.About the artist:Born and raised in Miami, Florida. I am a self-taught visual artist making use of unorthodox methods and materials. I work in many different styles and change my methods according to the inspired creative moment.I'm a hopeless dreamer and have had a lifelong fascination with human creativity. This has fostered an interest in experimental expressionism using looped music, fading memory, the written word...and at times, deprivation as a tool to challenge the imagination further

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