'Bath House of the Gods' Gold Foil Print

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 Gold leaf is often used in traditional Japanese painting, and I'm a big fan! It brings an extra dimension of depth. I also just love shiny gold stuff!

While this gold colored foil isn't real gold leaf, I tried hard give it an antique texture and patina that feels real and antique. I am very pleased with the results! 

This print is probably my favorite so far. Figuring out a cut-away approach to the bath house was a challenge, but I really enjoyed the process. I felt like a kid again as I explored all the little rooms, like I was playing with a big, fancy doll house - so fun! I hope that you'll have the same enjoyment as you explore this piece on your wall.  

The art style in this print is inspired by Yamaguchi Akira. If you're not familiar with his works, I encourage you to look him up! I tried to include lots of action, humor and detail. I'm very pleased with the results!

This print measures 16x20, and is bigger than my usual print size by about 50%. It fits perfectly in a 16x20 frame, which is easy to find at any frame or craft shop. 


 The captions read:

八百万の銭湯 - Bath House of the Eight Thousand Gods

勇少女 - The Brave Girl

琥珀川の神 - God of the Kohaku River

顔無し - No Face

川の主 - The Lord of the River

白狐 - White Fox Spirit

釜爺 - Old Man of the Boiler

大根の神様 - The God of Radishes

お客様 - Honorable Customers

禁足聖地 - A Forbidden, Sacred Place

引きこもり息子 - The Shutaway Son

魔法婆 - The Magical Old Hag


Archival pigments on acid-free art paper

Every print is signed by the artist

Measures 16x20 inches

Die stamped, textured gold foil

Fits perfectly in a 16x20 frame (standard size)


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