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Dave Archer Reverse Glass Electric Painting Rose World - Star Trek art 24 x 32
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Dave Archer Reverse Glass Electric Painting Rose World - Star Trek art 24 x 32

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Framed/Unframed : [Framed]
Artist : [Dave Archer]
Region of Origin : [US]
Date of Creation : [2000-Now]
Size Type/Largest Dimension : [16x26in]
Style : [Illumative]
Subject : [Space]
Medium : [Reverse Glass Lightning and Acrylic]
Signed? : [Signed]
Original/Reproduction : [Original]
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Dave Archer Reverse Glass Lightning Electric Painting Rose World - BIG art 24"x32" This piece, titled Rose World was created in 1985! World renowned artist, Dave Archer's paintings, were used to decorate the Star Trek Enterprise! Size: 24"x32". This size normally sells for between $4800 - $6000! The photos do not do it justice. It is difficult to photograph without getting the a reflection. In person, the painting almost jumps out of the frame. It sparkles as well. It is truly an experience and would look amazing in your modern or space/scifi inspired room. It is a show stopper! Signed by the artist on the bottom right. The painting is heavy and fragile since it is made out of glass. Therefore, I will only ship using Fedex professional packing and shipping service. Sold as pictured. Thanks for looking! About Dave Archer For over four decades, world-renowned artist and inventor of electric painting Dave Archer has created space art on reverse glass using his 1 million-volt hand-held "lightning brush" to both energize and influence water-based painted clouds in each of his space pieces. Archer has been celebrated on hundreds of television shows, including "Eye To Eye With Connie Chung," Australia's "Beyond 2000," Discovery Channel's "The Next Step," and worldwide TV documentary "Worlds of Wonder." Archer's work was used on television's "Star Trek" to decorate the Starship Enterprise on "The Next Generation" as well as the movies "Star Trek VI - The Undiscovered Country," and "Star Trek Generations."