Red Queen, 2002
© Grace Slick

Red Queen, 2002

By Grace Slick
About the image
“She looks like my mother playing Bette Davis, the fearsome matriarch. However, in the story she tells Alice that eventually both will be queens together and at that point they will have a wonderful feast. At the end of the book the Red Queen - once frightening - turns into a soft kitten.” - Grace Slick

Release Note:

This print was released in two limited editions; one on paper and one canvas (the canvas comes pre-stretched and can be hung with or without a frame).

Collector's Note:

Grace Slick has effectively retired from producing new prints, so many of her limited editions are now sold out, or are becoming extremely rare. Each piece that is still available is hand-signed and numbered by Grace and can be shipped from California within a few days following purchase.

Buyers will receive a certificate of authenticity following the delivery of their artwork. Please contact us with questions!

11" x 14" Paper Size
Signed Limited edition (300)
Archival Pigment Print

12" x 16" Canvas Size
Signed Limited edition (XC)
Archival Pigment Print on Canvas - SOLD OUT

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