Neon Duck ( Vegas Series )
While visiting Las Vegas I enjoy seeing different places off the beaten path, and taking a tour at the Neon Museum seem to be a great choice. They have the largest collection of neon signs in an outdoor sight. They featured many unrestored and restored architectural neon signs dating from the 1930's to the present day. I took many pictures and I new that I would be drawing one of these neon signs. I chose this Neon Duck from a Vegas carwash, I focused on the face and the neon tubes that curved throughout the face. I enjoy the graphic approach I took and this is one of my favorite pieces.
Drawn with Berol Prismacolors on Strathmore 400 Series recycled paper, thick, very durable, blends well and holds rich tones.
High quality full-color giclee printed on acid free archival matte paper with 1" boarder for easy matting and framing.
All prints signed by artist
limited edition of 50