• Shop for Doonie Armstrong a limited edition print by San Francisco artist Donald Rizzo. Donald Rizzo paints optical illusions in a style call Ambiguous Delusions.
  • I'm offering a framing option by utilizing Gallery XO, in Wilton Manners, Florida, currently with a Black Matt Finished Frame.  1 3/4" wide and 3/4" deep with
Regular Glass with single black mat with white core; Museum Glass or UV Lucite with single black mat with white core;
Regular glass with single black color core mat; Museum Glass or UV Lucite with single black color core.
Frames are assembled, wired and the work is ready to hang!
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Doonie Armstrong Print

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This Limited Edition Print of "Doonie Armstrong" edition size of 100, is a digital reproduction giclée print 21"w X 27"h. Digital reproductions are prints on archival quality acid-free 310g, Bright White, water-resistant velvet fine art paper ; from very high resolution photos (550 MBs to 1 GB) and produced on high-performance machines using pigment-based inks providing a print life exceeding 200+ years  All of my limited edition prints are hand-signed and numbered by me, the artist and come with a certificate of authenticity.
I'm offering a framing option by utilizing Gallery XO, in Wilton Manners, Florida, currently with a Black Matt Finished Frame.  1 3/4" wide and 3/4" deep with
Regular Glass with single black mat with white core; Museum Glass or UV Lucite with single black mat with white core; Regular glass with single black color core mat; Museum Glass or UV Lucite with single black color core. Frames are assembled, wired and the work is ready to hang!

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  1. Memory Capture

    Posted by Unknown on Aug 30th 2015

    I love this piece. Donald Rizzo has captured two memories of me that were turning points in my life. One moment of being young and unaware of the knowledge that I needed to protect myself in the realm of freelance modeling. I was molested by multiple male photographers when I was teen. The second memory is me a few years later, conquering the first memory and using it to power my resilience rather than duel on the negative toll it took on my life. The best part of this piece is that Don had no idea of the story behind these images when he chose them from my Instagram. This is the first time I've even confessed the reality of the photos. So, I'm grateful to have this opportunity to touch on the experience just a bit.

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