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Pineoak Productions Ryver at the Gate <p style=\"text-align: center;\"><span style=\"color: #ffffff;\">Ryver at the Gate print Double Matted and Unmatted</span></p><p> </p><p style=\"text-align: center;\"><span style=\"color: #ffffff;\">Signed and numbered limited edition 275</span></p><p> </p><p style=\"text-align: center;\"><span style=\"color: #ffffff;\">Acrylic on gessoed watercolor board</span></p><p> </p><p style=\"text-align: center;\"><span style=\"color: #ffffff;\"> Xanth is a world of puns and fun created by Piers Anthony. For the 1996 Xanth calendar, I was honored to create this portrait of Ryver (Elder brother of Jot and Tittle, son of Lacuna and Vernon, great grandson of Merlin, King of Xanth). His job is to guard the gate to Counter Xanth. His nickname is Water Boy, since he has power over water. Accordingly, I imagined a rather bored Ryver passing the time by juggling balls of water. </span></p><p> </p>
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Ryver at the Gate

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Ryver at the Gate

Ryver at the Gate

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Ryver at the Gate print Double Matted and Unmatted

 

Signed and numbered limited edition 275

 

Acrylic on gessoed watercolor board

 

Xanth is a world of puns and fun created by Piers Anthony. For the 1996 Xanth calendar, I was honored to create this portrait of Ryver (Elder brother of Jot and Tittle, son of Lacuna and Vernon, great grandson of Merlin, King of Xanth). His job is to guard the gate to Counter Xanth. His nickname is Water Boy, since he has power over water. Accordingly, I imagined a rather bored Ryver passing the time by juggling balls of water.