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All artwork is signed and dated by the artist (Laura Barbosa) and are guaranteed a hand painted original on canvas. The sizes range from 12x12in. to 16x20in. The medium used is Acrylics, Ink and Spray Paint on Cotton Canvas. Each comes with a Certificate of Authenticity and Artist Biography – Shipped via Priority Mail right to your door. They make the perfect gifts for Bird Lovers and Galaxy Collectors.

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Dreadful Things

An original abstract painting in gothic style with a tattoo theme of dreadful things.

The broken jaw on the skull holds up the crow as they slip into the afterlife together.

NEW! “Dreadful Things” A Gothic Work of Art by Laura Barbosa.
24 x 36″ Place a BID and WIN this Original Painting w COA.

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Dreadful Things by Laura Barbosa - display

Swamp Life

Swamp Life is an original creation by Laura Barbosa.

24″ x 24″ Original Mixed Media Painting On Auction

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Swamp Life by Laura Barbosa - display

October Art Sale 25% Off Original Paintings

October Art Sale 25% Off Original Paintings

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LauraBarbosa Art Original Paintings

Fallen Angel Painting 2012

Fallen Angel was created with many brushstrokes of a multitude of acrylic colors blending together to capture a brilliant sky and a colorful cityscape. The angel is hovering over the city. This artwork can have many different meanings for the viewer. It  makes a great conversation piece for the home or office. Decorate your space with colorful pillows to make an awe inspiring room.

Created in 2012 on 24″ x 36″ Gallery wrapped canvas – ships ready to hang with FREE shipping to any state in the USA.

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Raw Art or Is It?

What would you define this style of art to be?

A free flowing thought from mind to canvas.

“I had a vision of the future and was thinking about why we risk so much as a race to acquire knowledge and better ourselves. It is very interesting why and how each new generation goes forward to further technological advancement in many different ways.. But at what price is this progress achieved?

An outline of a robot head that is sketched very simply can also apply another meaning to this piece and viewers will find delight in figuring it out.”