Posters sponsored by the Rip Van Wrinkle Basenji Club

'The Lunetta/Kamen Quilt Poster', by Susan K-M & Jo Lunetta - $30
'Bakers' Dozen,' from the oil painting by that name, by Susan Kamen Marsicano - $30
‘Kiafrika Azima’or Basenji N the Hood, by Ashley - $20
Kiafrika Azima 2, or Kidz 'N da Hood, by Ashley - $20
Twin Towers Tight Rope, by Susan Kamen Marsicano - $30
Posters are signed, archival, limited editions of 200 (KA2 is 50) ~ size is 13" X 19".

ALL PROCEEDS to The Basenji Health Endowment ~ Contact me FMI.

The Lunetta/Kamen Quilt Poster (finalist DWAA writing contest 2007)
13" x 19", signed, limited edition of 200 - $30

Bakers' Dozen

Kiafrika Azima, by Ashley

Kiafrika Azima 2, or Kidz 'N da Hood

Signed, limited edition, from the original watercolor by Ashley, of only 50 (13" x 19") ~ $20 + $5 S&H.

Our 2005 raffle was drawn at our Specialty Match on June 19th, 2005.
Joanne Callahan won the 2005 version of Kiafrika Azima, by Ashley.
Kiafrika Azima 2, or Kidz 'N da Hood.

Twin Towers Tight Rope
The poster is 13 X 19 inches. It is a signed & limited edition of 200. Each poster has a certificate of authenticity.

Here is the story behind the Twin Towers Tight Rope Poster:

A little background:

I lived in New York City (born in NYC) for most of my life, before moving to Woodstock, NY. I went to Cooper Union Art School in downtown Manhattan from 1959-61 & lived in what is now called SOHO for many years.. I also lived on Pearl Street in the financial district of the city, & walked my Apu dog in the Battery Park. I watched the Twin Towers be built, walking by there very often.

In the late 70s, this French fellow scaled the towers (and tight roped) and I was amused, so I made a drawing of my Blush (Bomabwa Blushing Bride) and her grandson Poet (Ch. Apu's Precocious Poet) tight roping between the towers.. I have always kept this drawing framed on the chest in my bedroom.

After 9/11 this drawing became a sort of icon. People have been asking me to reproduce it,
so I have made a poster of this drawing I made in 1979.

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