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    Sasquatch-Not of This World
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    The original of this painting of a Sasquatch --dramatic, slightly threatening, but somehow a bit friendly -- has already been bought by an astute collector. However, at the suggestion of this collector, a LIMITED EDITION of just 150 PRINTS has been produced. Its creator, Haida artist Eric Parnell, has signed and entitled every one of these stunning pictures! When he was preparing the original, on canvas, Eric consulted with an Elder about the existence of the Sasquatch (or Big Foot as it is sometimes known- and there are other names as well, depending on locale). Eric knows that there are those who have seen the Sasquatch, those who are not sure, and those who simply do not believe. The Elder’s comment was a carefully balanced one: “They are not of this world.” Eric Parnell was so struck by the wisdom of that statement that he chose it as the title of the painting. The Elder’s comment leaves room for actual sightings, for beliefs, for doubts, and hopes. The limited edition prints are produced to a very high standard, on 100 pound, acid-free card stock (“cougar” type). They are 12” x 12” – easy to frame, and easy to live with whether it is looming, or watching over whoever welcomes it. 24 grams weight, easily shipped.

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