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36.00"W x 48.00"H x 1.3"D

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Craig Moran

Washington, DC

Medium: Painting

Subject Tags: green, ochre, orange, mysterious, figure, leaves, skull, tree

Media: oil on canvas

Size: 36"W x 48"H x 1.25"D

Year Created: 2009

It was an awkward thing, so it was no surprise that it got itself stuck in the small tree. Its garment consisted of light feathers and a shiny orange collar. Its long thin fingers were useless, and its face displayed a look of absolute stupidity. The skull below it had nothing to say.

Craig Moran was born in Washington, DC, and received his Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Studio Art at the University of Virginia (UVA). He received a fifth-year arts fellowship at UVA, and completed a Post-Baccalaureate in Painting and Drawing at the School of Art Institute of Chicago. Mr. Moran has lived in San Francisco and Chicago, as well as various parts of Virginia. He currently resides in Washington, DC and has a studio in Takoma Park.

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