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The Whole Bunch
  • The Whole Bunch

    The Whole Bunch

    Acrylic on Stretched Canvas




    Two of One Lane Studios' all-time favorite critters, B'Nan and T'Can together on one canvas for the first time! And they didn't come alone, they brought along B'Nan's whole family!


    With 7 portraits, this piece is by far one of One Lane Studios' most complex paintings to date! Every little babe is full of personality and their faces are packed with details all the way down to their individually painted hairs. The colors on the background marry B'Nan and T'Can's original portraits, and Momma B offers some hints as to why B'Nan might have such an affinity for Bananas later in life. Be sure to click the dots under the images to scroll through and get a closer look!


    The sides of this piece hold fun details that tie back into the main surface of the art in complementary ways that make viewing this painting exciting from all angles. (Bottom, not currently pictured, has same yellow design as the top.)


    Want to scoop up this bunch before they're gone? Payment plans are available; read more here or contact for more info! There are a couple of examples on the last image of this listing.


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    Free local pickup or public drop off available (Dover, NH)

    Original artwork by Becca Lane

    • Return Policy and Artists Rights

      Original artwork is sold "as is". Changes or customizations will not be considered unless otherwise listed. Any damage to the painting after it has left the studio is not the artist's responsibilty (though repairs can be discussed for an appropriate fee). All sales are final.

      While the purchaser of the original piece owns the physical work itself, the artist maintains the right to the visual and intellectual property of the work and can sell prints and items with images of the artwork indefinitely, as well as the intellectual property of the story behind the work. The purchaser of the painting does not have the right to make or sell replications of the work, or to profit off of the work in any form other than resale of the original painting.

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