“Ouroboros Tiki” is a painting by Jacob Medina of a tiki mug character, who symbolizes the ancient Egyptian ouroboros symbol in a humorous way. The ouroboros symbol usually depicts a serpent or dragon eating its own tail. It is a symbol of infinity that is represented by something constantly recreating itself. It also represents the infinite cycle of nature’s endless creation and destruction, life and death.
The Original piece was made during the 9th annual Mai Tai Festival at the Royal Kona Resort on the Big Island of Hawaii. Painted with many layers of acrylic on birch panel, “Ourobors Tiki” comes in a custom frame. The frame is embellished with hand-carved tiki corners and is stained a rich blue color. The painting measures 8" x 10" and the frame brings the total size to 14.5" x 12".
These are hand-signed, ready to hang, high quality Giclee inkjet reproductions nearly as beautiful as the original work. They are gallery wrapped around a 1.5" stretcher bar frame, printed with archival pigment-based ink, and coated with a UV varnish that will extend the life of your art. Please allow up to two weeks for your prints to be shipped from the time ordered since custom stretcher bars must be made and the Giclee must be stretched at the time of the order.
8"x10" Giclee on Canvas - $105
12"x15" Giclee on Canvas - $235
16"x20" Giclee on Canvas - $335
Original Ourobors Tiki w/ Custom Frame - SOLD
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