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DRAG ME to HELL - Original Pastel Artwork

DRAG ME to HELL - Original Pastel Artwork

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“Soon it will be you who comes begging to me." ~ Sylvia Ganush's last words to Christine Brown.Mrs.

Sylvia Ganush is the secondary antagonist of the 2009 satirical horror film Drag Me to Hell. She is the one who summoned the Lamia to seek retribution against the young loan officer Christine Brown.

She was portrayed by Lorna Raver. This is an unframed original pastel drawing of Sylvia Ganush from Drag me to Hell.

The size is 11.6 x 16.5" on 355gsm acid free Canson Paper.

Artwork comes signed, dated.

The artwork is one of my unframed original pastel drawings, and I never repeat the same artwork twice.

The size is 11.6 x 16.5" on 355gsm acid free Canson Paper. I will ship the original by Australia Post shipping and provide a tracking number.

The package comes protected with cardboard, so I make sure that you receive the artwork without any damage. You will also receive a signed and dated certificate of authenticity.


Watermark does NOT appear on original artwork
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All items in this shop are created by horror artist & illustrator Chantal Laura Handley, and all sales are directly fulfilled by the artist herself. Thanks for your support!

Dimensions

11.6 x 16.5" on 355gsm acid free Canson Paper.

What are pastels?

Pastel is one of the most permanent art mediums in existence. Many pastels painted over 200 years ago are still as bright and fresh as the day they were created. They are actually superior to oils in that they will not crack or darken over time and every bit as permanent. The pastels of Degas and Cassatt were created back in the 1800's and still just as beautiful as the day they were completed. 

Your original artwork.

Your new pastel artwork is a hand-painted work of fine art. I use the best archival materials for its creation. If properly taken care of, your painting will last for many lifetimes.

Framing your artwork

Professional framing is ALWAYS recommended. Choose
a framer who is experienced in working with fine art pastels. A framer who works mostly with posters and printed reproductions or oil paintings may not realize that pastels take special handling. Do not risk the welfare of your pastel in the hands of an inexperienced framer. Pastels are surprisingly durable so don't be afraid to purchase one. They will last every bit as long as an oil painting. If you have any other
questions or concerns leave them in the comments for me and I will try
to answer them asap.

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