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Rick Mosher

 
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Reno
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Digital Artist and Painter
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Artist: Rick Mosher

Item title: Big Owl

Category: Painting

Movement: Contemporary

Size: Many sizes available as Fine Art prints on my webs

Material: oil on canvas

Producing date: 2017

Item price: Price on demand

Item description:
Oil painting on canvas inspired by Neil Gaiman's book "American Gods" where the Gods have jobs and live along with regular people and have powers depending on how much people still believe in them. Big Owl is a malicious and dangerous giant often used as a "bogeyman" in children's stories. In some Apache tribes, Big Owl also plays a more important mythological role as an early adversary of the War Twins. Like other legendary Apache beings, Big Owl is sometimes described as having human form (in this case a man-eating ogre) and other times animal form (in this case a horned owl large enough to carry off a child.)

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Item Ref.: 14506 via Rick Mosher

Artist: Rick Mosher

Item title: Big Owl

Category: Painting

Movement: Contemporary

Size: Many sizes available as Fine Art prints on my webs

Material: oil on canvas

Producing date: 2017

Item price: Price on demand

Item description:
Oil painting on canvas inspired by Neil Gaiman's book "American Gods" where the Gods have jobs and live along with regular people and have powers depending on how much people still believe in them. Big Owl is a malicious and dangerous giant often used as a "bogeyman" in children's stories. In some Apache tribes, Big Owl also plays a more important mythological role as an early adversary of the War Twins. Like other legendary Apache beings, Big Owl is sometimes described as having human form (in this case a man-eating ogre) and other times animal form (in this case a horned owl large enough to carry off a child.)

 
 
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Item Ref.: 14506 via Rick Mosher

Artist: Rick Mosher

Item title: Big Owl

Category: Painting

Movement: Contemporary

Size: Many sizes available as Fine Art prints on my webs

Material: oil on canvas

Producing date: 2017

Item price: Price on demand

Item description:
Oil painting on canvas inspired by Neil Gaiman's book "American Gods" where the Gods have jobs and live along with regular people and have powers depending on how much people still believe in them. Big Owl is a malicious and dangerous giant often used as a "bogeyman" in children's stories. In some Apache tribes, Big Owl also plays a more important mythological role as an early adversary of the War Twins. Like other legendary Apache beings, Big Owl is sometimes described as having human form (in this case a man-eating ogre) and other times animal form (in this case a horned owl large enough to carry off a child.)

Item Ref. 14506
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Item Ref. 14506
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Item Ref.: 14506 via Rick Mosher

Artist: Rick Mosher

Item title: Big Owl

Category: Painting

Movement: Contemporary

Size: Many sizes available as Fine Art prints on my webs

Material: oil on canvas

Producing date: 2017

Item price: Price on demand

Item description:
Oil painting on canvas inspired by Neil Gaiman's book "American Gods" where the Gods have jobs and live along with regular people and have powers depending on how much people still believe in them. Big Owl is a malicious and dangerous giant often used as a "bogeyman" in children's stories. In some Apache tribes, Big Owl also plays a more important mythological role as an early adversary of the War Twins. Like other legendary Apache beings, Big Owl is sometimes described as having human form (in this case a man-eating ogre) and other times animal form (in this case a horned owl large enough to carry off a child.)

 

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