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Octo Scorpio, Original Painting

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Title: Octo Scorpio
Series: Starry Nights

Original acrylic painting by Sarah Soward.
Acrylic on canvas
12x16x1.5 inches

This painting features an octopus being a little bit extra. 

Octo Scorpio is inspired by the Scorpio consetellation. It's in the upper left of the canvas, crossing the Milky Way. Given the power and prowess associated with Scorpia, this painting needed to be epic. 
If you're wondering why I didn't paint a scorpion, there are a couple reasons. The most important is that I like doing things a little bit strangely, sideways, or not quite as expected. I have to be true to myself. So, in lieu of a scorpion, what made sense to me? The octopus has enough curves, bazaar aspects, and a pokey beak. I decided that would definitely work for me for this one. I hope it works for you too!

The photo reference for this piece is from an excellent photographer, scuba diver, and good friend, Jan Lindner.


Please keep fine art and prints out of direct sunlight and UV light. 
The watermark is not present on the painting. It is included to protect the image on the web.

Materials

Acrylic on Canvas

Dimensions

12x16 inches

Care Instructions

Display your artwork out of direct sunlight in a dry location and enjoy!

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