From my description: “Saatet-ta was once a truly beautiful woman, but the Egyptian god Set’s rituals changed that for all time. She stands just over five feet tall , with a body that is a reflection of her twisted soul. She appears to be scorched in the way that long-term exposure to the sun burns a vampire. Her skin is blackened and cracked like a dried lake bed, and her once magnificent hair is a sparse tangle of steely gray. Saatet-ta’s eyes burn with a feverish light.”
About the Prints
- 8.5" x 11" Prints - Open Edition Archival Lustre Prints, hand signed and numbered, and comes sealed in a clear plastic sleeve on an acid free backing board.
- 11" x 14" - Open Edition Archival Matte Prints, hand signed and numbered, and comes sealed in a clear plastic sleeve on an acid free backing board.
- Prints will NOT have the watermark on them!