For Sale – “The Money Game” by Scott Moore, framed. $1750

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“The Money Game” by Scott Moore

Scott Moore, a watercolor and oil painter in Laguna Beach, CA, used the economic crisis as inspiration for a recent work, The Money Game. He painted it on a large scale because it’s a “big problem.” A bloated AIG piggy bank, a car and other vintage toys standing for various pieces of the economy float over a checkerboard landscape, resisting efforts to bring them down to earth.

For sale is number 8 in the limited edition of 300 numbered prints

Includes Certificate of Authenticity

How it was made
http://www.scottmooreart.com/gallery/economy.htm

Triple matted and beautifully framed by Alexandria Picture Framing.

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24″ x 30″ Giclee print

Frame Dimensions
Width: 42 inches
Height: 37 inches

Articles about:
“The Money Game” – The Financial Meltdown Moves to the Art World, by Gerry Davidson

“The Money Game”, by Bill McBride

Artist’s Rendition on the State of the Economy, by Mike Shedlock

Scott Moore: Bailout Art,” by Barry Ritholtz

$1750

Cash or cashiers check.

Can be seen at Alexandria Picture Framing, 110 S Fayette St, Alexandria, VA
703-684-1262

Mon: 10am to 5pm
Tue: 10am to 6pm
Wed & Thurs: 10am to 7pm
Fri & Sat: 10am to 6pm
Sun: 12pm to 5pm

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