"Dramatic Structure of a Play" art print by Rob Ozborne.
THE STORY:It's been written that there are five structural elements to a play. Exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, denouement. Of course, the inciting incident and resolution act as turning points in this cow's tale.
For the writer and reader and story enthusiast, it's a visual guide to the elements of a story. Plus, brisket.
THE ARTIST: Designed and drawn by Rob Osborne, each print is hand-signed.
THE PRINT: The artwork is richly printed on bright white matte art paper. The frame is not included, but the print comes with a white border, and is ready to pop into a frame.
THE ARTIST: Designed and drawn by Rob Ozborne, each print is hand-signed.
SHIPPING & HANDLING: Great care is taken in preparing your print. Placed in a protective archival sleeve, gently rolled and well packed, your artwork ships in a sturdy tube.
Check out the Elements of a Story visual guide (Pig!):
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