Crayfish Molting (Unzipped) Serigraph Print - Signed & Numbered

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Twice a year, the growing crayfish finds himself splitting his seams. When he can no longer contain himself, Mother Nature unzips his hard exoskeleton and he slips out, soft and vulnerable, like a gelatin dessert from a crayfish mold. Indeed, dessert is what many of his neighbors—finned, furred, feathered, fanged and fingered—would make of him. He may elude the bass, the raccoon, the heron and the snake, only to have the fisherman put a hook through his tail and offer him to the bass.

-Charley Harper

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ArtistCharley Harper
Edition Size750
Print TypeSerigraph
Image Size9 x 13
Paper/Frame Size13 x 17