Prayers in the Streetlight (Fine Art Prints)

Prayers in the Streetlight (Fine Art Prints)

“Prayers in the Streetlight”, was named after a quote from Coolio’s song: “Gangster’s Paradise”. The song is about the imprisoning cycle of gangland poverty and family life. A psalm is quoted: ‘though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death’, adding a religious twist, Coolio illuminates the futility of this cycle.

These limited edition artist’s prints are collector’s items, each one is 1 of 100, they are made using light fast ink on artist quality, acid free paper to the standard of the Guild of Fine Arts, titled and signed by the artist. That means, the image will not fade in the light, nor will the paper brown. The image is 17cm x 33cm and comes: simply the print, in a card board tube at £100, The print in a luxuriously thick card mount at £130, or the print framed, and mounted in a 2cm wide, off white frame at £220.

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