"What is Liberty to You?"

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$ 49.99

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$49.99 - Unframed Fine Art Print - 16"x20" (Standard Size) 
$229.99 - Double Matte + Framed Print - 22"x26"

About Art of Words
Since 2008, word artist Dan Duffy has been handwriting famous speeches, songs and documents to create unique gifts of art. This piece was done as a live demonstration during the 2016 DNC Convention in Philadelphia 

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Words: Handwritten with responses to the question, "What is Liberty to you?"
Charity: A portion of proceeds from each print benefits the ALS Association

Double Matte + Frame Details
- Arrives ready to hang
- Frame: Black, wood
- Matting: Thin black matte w/ thick white matte
- 2mm picture glass

Additional Info
- Hand signed by the artist 
- Made in the USA  
- Printed on acid free, archival matte paper 

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01/04/2021
Jim B.
United States United States
What is Liberty to You?

Truly amazing art piece. The piece was originally designed in 2016 at the Democratic National Convention. The past four years have really turned this work into extremely inspiring. Great color and job well done.

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12/15/2020
Daria S.
United States United States
What is liberty to you?

I love it! I’ve been meaning to buy this for the past four years ever since I saw you making it at the Democratic national convention. My name is signed in the bottom right corner. I think it’s great how you involve others in your creative art.