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    Killer Wl-blk-white


    V35xh28 cm (v14x22") Darrell Amos often turns to the Killer Whale for his artistic focus. For this painting, black acrylic on heavy acid-free paper, there is the powerful outline of the orca, with the remainder of the creature drawn very simply --blunt dorsal fin, pectoral fin, and curved tail. The teeth also are evident. The stark black on white makes for an arresting portrait, that draws the eye back over and over. It is a substantial size and will more than hold its own proud place wherever it is hung.

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