Original oil painting by Liz Vaughn. "Obscurity and The Vagueness of Wealth", I know, quite the title, right? Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction! Some years back, a co-worker mentioned to my husband that he had seen the most interesting site while travelling for work. Walking down the street was a man pushing a shopping cart, and the cart had a rooster tied to the cart as his companion. When the coworker mentioned the sighting it to one of the locals in the area - they nodded and stated that man was well known and a bonafide character. Long story short, who could resist painting that imagery?
This is a piece I lovingly refer to as "Vintage Vaughn". An older piece that has yet to be adopted, but too good to archive.
Dimensions: 4 feet wide by 4 feet high, by 1.75 inches deep on gallery wrapped canvas. Painted on all sides, ready for hanging, no frame necessary.
Materials: Oil paint, canvas
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