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With a contribution of $500 or more, the artist Charles Lynn Bragg will provide a portfolio of four portraits on archival, ultra smooth acid-free paper. Each print is 16" high x 12" wide, signed and numbered, limited edition of 50 and 5 Artist Proofs.
With a tax deductible contribution of $2,500 or more, the artist will provide an original drawing from the series, plus 2 Artist Proofs of that portrait.
With a tax deductible contribution of $5,000 or more, Mr. Bragg will offer a commission of any portrait (political figure, celebrity, friend, yourself), plus 2 Artist Proofs of that portrait.
We will contact you regarding portrait choice, and delivery details, after your contribution is completed.
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Charles Lynn Bragg
Los Angeles artist Charles Lynn Bragg was born in 1952. His parents, Charles Bragg and Jennie Tomao are both professional artists. Charles the elder always stressed the importance of drawing skills. Young Charles began his art career as a print maker, printing his father’s popular limited edition etchings and creating his own etching plates and editions. Also known as Chick Bragg, his work encompasses Realism, Surrealism, Conceptualism and Humanism, all with a dose of fantasy, humor and a touch of Disney. His work includes drawings, paintings, sculptures, limited editions, computer graphics and videos.