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Through The Looking Glass

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Through the Looking Glass- Acrylic Inks on Canvas

Old St. Johns (Central St.) meets new (John Cabot Building) through twisty, turvy panes of reflective glass that are reminiscent of a house of mirrors in an amusement park. The reflected images contort as you walk along, creating a brand new image with every step.Very big cool factor.

Available in:

  • Framed Original Canvas (36×36) – SOLD
  • Canvas Reproduction (36×36) – $482
  • Canvas Reproduction (24×24) – $321
  • Canvas Reproduction (18×18) – $246
  • Canvas Reproduction (12×12) – $171
  • Paper Reproduction (24×24) – $206
  • Paper Reproduction (14×14) – $114
  • Paper Reproduction (matted to fit an 8×10 frame) – $29
  • Porcelain ornament – $18
  • Hardboard/cork gloss coaster – $10 each / $40 for set of 4
  • Note card (4×6) – $4.00 each / $17 for set of 5

Custom/additional sizes available on request. Email us for more information HERE.

A paper reproduction is a digital copy of the original painting reproduced on high quality paper. This medium is ready for framing, lamination, or mounting.

A canvas reproduction is a digital copy of the original painting reproduced on canvas, and then stretched onto a wooden frame. In this format, no framing is required — as it is, it is ready to hang on your wall.

The porcelain ornaments measure 2.75″ in diameter. Image is fused into the porcelain with a white back perfect for personalization. Product is individually boxed with a velvet pouch for storage.

Hardboard cork-backed high-gloss coasters measure 3.75″ square. These coasters are highly durable and washable. Perfect for resting a glass of Lambs on. Available individually or in a set of 4.

Note cards measure 4×6″ and are high quality reproductions of your favourite Bobbi Pike Art images. Cards are blank inside and come with an envelope for mailing. Available individually or in a set of 5.

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