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Two Faced Annie was inspired by the duality of everything in life.  In life there is good, bad, dark, light, etc.  We are not always true with others and sometimes we show different sides of who we are. I have seen this picture  over and over in photos, books, cartoons, art:   one face that looks like two.  This is my vision of two sides of one coin and being human.

Two Faced Annie is a limited edition fine art print produced with high quality archival inks (Giclée) on Photography paper.  (1 of 10 limited edition prints)
Each print is hand signed and numbered by the Artist on the back of the print.  A certificate of Authenticity with the number and date of the print is included.  
Contact me on any of my social media links if you have any questions.
Two Faced Annie was inspired by the duality of everything in life.  In life there is good, bad, dark, light, etc.  We are not always true with others and sometimes we show different sides of who we are. I have seen this picture  over and over in photos, books, cartoons, art:   one face that looks like two.  This is my vision of two sides of one coin and being human.

Two Faced Annie is a limited edition fine art print produced with high quality archival inks (Giclée) on Photography paper.  (1 of 10 limited edition prints)
Each print is hand signed and numbered by the Artist on the back of the print.  A certificate of Authenticity with the number and date of the print is included.  
Contact me on any of my social media links if you have any questions.
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Two Faced Annie Drawing

Belinda Colozzi

United States

Drawing, Digital on Other

Size: 16 W x 20 H x 0.1 D in

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Two Faced Annie was inspired by the duality of everything in life. In life there is good, bad, dark, light, etc. We are not always true with others and sometimes we show different sides of who we are. I have seen this picture over and over in photos, books, cartoons, art: one face that looks like two. This is my vision of two sides of one coin and being human. Two Faced Annie is a limited edition fine art print produced with high quality archival inks (Giclée) on Photography paper. (1 of 10 limited edition prints) Each print is hand signed and numbered by the Artist on the back of the print. A certificate of Authenticity with the number and date of the print is included. Contact me on any of my social media links if you have any questions.

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Drawing:Digital on Other

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:16 W x 20 H x 0.1 D in

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I am a multi-media artist working and living in Oro Valley, Arizona. I graduated from Texas Woman's University in spring of 1992 with a BFA in illustration and design. I taught for a few years shortly after my graduation and was inspired to go back to school to receive a Master’s in Bilingual Education from Southern Methodist University in Fall of 1996. I decided to go back into the art world and leave teaching in 2000. Creating art was ultimately the only career that was truly satisfying and fulfilling for me at the time. As an artist I see myself as a story teller creating slices of life through my art work. My art work is an ongoing narrative of my observations of life, people, and feelings. I have always been fascinated with finding new ways of depicting emotions through my use of line and movement. Line, movement, and color allow me to express feelings that sometimes are even difficult for me to understand. The expressive use of line through out my extensive body of artwork is a main element of cohesion throughout. I work fast and sometimes I have several pieces developing at the same time. My favorite media is acrylic because it dries fast and allows me to work at a pace I’m comfortable with. Creating art work is like a puzzle that I am constantly trying to solve. The moment I complete “the piece of the puzzle” and finish an artwork is exhilarating and undeniably a key reason I keep creating.

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