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Demián Flores - Arena México serigrafía, punta seca, collage y hoja de plata 2000 imagen: 50 x 50 cm., papel: 76 x 56 cm. copia única, impreso en el taller de grabado de Vermont Studio Center y en el taller de serigrafía de Félix García.

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I guess, i like to call this "mirror into the soul"  #linocut #linoleum #printmaking #black #art #artist #prints #fineart #island #underthesea #sea

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