This piece is a depiction of the Native American character Kokopelli, who was the trickster, the joke player. Several years ago, we lived in Arizona and I used a desert back round, replete with cactus and lizard, in which to let Kokopelli dance to his own flute playing. This piece measures roughly 13 by 13 inches. It consists of a rough textured clear glass sheet on which I used several colors of translucent glass paint, inside simulated liquid leading outlines, to color the details. The piece is enclosed in an unfinished wooden frame, which adds to the desert image. I designed this piece to set upright on a table top, desk or shelf. It also represents quite well if you have a window shelf it can fit on. If you live outside the US and are interested in purchasing this piece, please message me before beginning the purchase process so that I can research the postal regulations and rates of your country so that I can make sure to get the lowest shipping charges I can.