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Empty Stage

This fine art print depicts a Yup’ik man dancing with drums raised behind him, declaring ancient prayers with every beat.


The original work was made with paper, ink, and my favorite coffee (literally)…each print you receive is created using archival ink, ensuring a rich color quality for generations to come.


Each frame is crafted in my studio using Cherry wood, with Oak reinforced accented corners.  Cherry wood ages naturally, transforming into a rich deep reddish brown, providing a very refined finish over time.


The print is protected using museum quality acrylic glazing, with an anti-glare finish, allowing your art to be placed in varying light conditions throughout a room.


Each framed print includes a paper cover added to the back protecting your artwork from dust buildup.  Felt pads are added to each corner to keep the frame off of the wall, which provide airflow behind the artwork for a healthy environment.  I utilize an art wire mount system, allowing you to hang and level the artwork with ease.


Ink line art is a deep and meaningful medium which brings me back to my childhood watching my father create artwork while being taught to do the same.  May this artwork transport you to a place of deep reflection, and encourage you to celebrate through song and dance!


Print signed by the artist David John Angaiak.


Framed Dimensions: 16 7/8" x 20 7/8" x 1 1/2"


Includes: Anti-Glare Clear Acrlyic Panel, Custom Frame, Art Print, Art Mat, Paper Backing, Hanging Hardware


Shipping Costs - are built into the price of sale, and includes custom art packaging.

International Orders - additional shipping costs may apply for related Export and Import Fees

'The Dancer' - Framed

All prints are custom ordered through a local fine art printing company, please allow 14 days for processing.

    Framed prints are custom made by the artist.  Allow one week for fabrication.

    David John Angaiak / Angaiak Fine Art is not liable for damages caused by third party.

    Copyright for each piece will be retained by David John Angaiak.

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