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Artist Marker Acrylic Print featuring the drawing Untitled #28 by Teddy Campagna

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Untitled #28 Acrylic Print

Teddy Campagna

by Teddy Campagna


Product Details

Untitled #28 acrylic print by Teddy Campagna.   Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of an acrylic print. Your image gets printed directly onto the back of a 1/4" thick sheet of clear acrylic. The high gloss of the acrylic sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results. Two different mounting options are available, see below.

Design Details

Artist marker on Bristol paper

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3 - 4 business days

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Artist's Description

Artist marker on Bristol paper

About Teddy Campagna

Teddy Campagna

I have done many things. I did certain things because our society says we do. We are who we are based on our productivity and submission. I served honorably in the United States Navy and was based in Japan making this my home until receiving my honorable discharge. Upon returning to the U.S. I immediately started driving semi trucks cross-country and continued this for the next 17 years. I have owned a small trucking company, a nightclub, and a commercial fishing boat. These three major endeavors were very mentally and physically taxing and I decided to close that particular chapter in the so-called American Dream. Funny. . . I had always wanted to be an artist. Two times I put off art school to hit the work force, scratch a living and pay...



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