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Epipahn Fine Art Print
Epipahn
12" x 16"
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Price: $39.99
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Japanese Footbridge Mishap Fine Art Print
Japanese Footbridge Mishap
12" x 15"
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Price: $38.99
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Karaoke Night in Arles Fine Art Print
Karaoke Night in Arles
18" x 12"
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Price: $41.99
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Random Testing Fine Art Print
Random Testing
16" x 12"
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Price: $39.99
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The Calm after the Storm Fine Art Print
The Calm after the Storm
18" x 15"
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Price: $46.99
Sale: $23.49
Leaving Fine Art Print
Leaving
18" x 14"
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Price: $45.99
Sale: $22.99
Bikers sur l'herbe Fine Art Print
Bikers sur l'herbe
16" x 12"
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Price: $39.99
Sale: $19.99
Catch of the Day Fine Art Print
Catch of the Day
18" x 12"
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Price: $41.99
Sale: $20.99
Help Me Fine Art Print
Help Me
16" x 12"
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Price: $39.99
Sale: $19.99
Liberty Leading Fine Art Print
Liberty Leading
18" x 14"
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Price: $45.99
Sale: $22.99
Yellow House, Grizzly Season Fine Art Print
Yellow House, Grizzly Season
16" x 11"
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Price: $38.99
Sale: $19.49
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Barry Kite is a collage artist who is pretty old school, but his artwork is as cutting edge as the Exacto knife he uses to cut the classic and quirky images that he uses to create his collages. Kite doesn’t use Photoshop; he might re-size images on his laser printer, then hand-embellish each and finally hand-finishes each piece of work. He needs to cut, paste and even bleed his own work. He is not a 'techie'; he needs to feel paper. Kite’s studio was named Aberrant Art because an "A" word would keep him near the top of any list he would be part of doing numerous arts shows and exhibits with lots of other artists competing for attention. Even though he is currently in his sixties, he continues to create his Aberrant Art, finding huge success with posters, greeting cards, mouse pads, T-shirts calendars, and even jigsaw puzzles.

And whether you know it or not, you must have certainly seen a Kite creation somewhere. Kite has even published his own line of note cards under Aberrant Art since 1992. Kite has run with it! Summing up the edgy and appealing nature of his work, Kite says he’s not copying images to make money. These images are fair game and are within the collective consciousness. His work is not to make money but to make a point. It makes people to think as it plays with their perception of well-known art. He manipulates the concept, and on one level, the original art ceases to exist.
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