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by Kelly McKernan

The Jorōgumo is a Yōkai, a supernatural creature in Japanese folklore. She gains the ability to shapeshift from a Jōro spider at 400 years old into a beautiful woman who seduces young men looking for love into her next meal.

This piece measures 8″ x 10″ and was created with watercolor and acryla gouache on a cradled wood panel. The painting arrives varnished and ready to hang.

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Kelly is a gallery artist and freelance illustrator recognized mainly for her ethereal watercolor paintings. She frequently shows with galleries such as Gallery 1988, Spoke Art, Modern Eden, and Arch Enemy Arts and is an active member of the internationally recognized Prisma Artist Collective.