"Dr. Ferdinand" Professor of Psychology Woodberry College Series Size: 10 x 5.5 inches Approximately 1 inch thick Acrylic on wood canvas Details: This painting is ready to hang, complete with backing wire. The sides of the wood panel are painted a dark chocolate (almost black) color. Click on the photo to utilize the zoom in features. Please email me with any questions regarding this painting. Dr. Ferdinand Professor of Psychology About The Instructor: Dr. Ferdinand's interest in psychology was ignited by the very first book he ever read on the subject, entitled How To Manipulate Friends And Dominate People. His initial fascination started a lifelong quest at harnessing a plethora of techniques, which have now been translated into hyper advanced psychological courses. ABOUT THE SERIES: This new collection combines my love of the mysterious personalities of animals with my unabated adoration of vintage clothing and bygone eras. Two completely different topics of course, but when fashioned together, an unusual story emerges. The series takes place at Woodberry College, a fictional university that details the quirky faculty, it's classdescriptions and activities, and strange happenings around campus. Over time you will meet the professors and instructors, the subjects they teach, and unique tidbits about them individually. Stay tuned for new from Around The Halls and more. Woodberry College Specialty School of Advancement Woodberry College is a specialty school of advancement where students can learn from the finest instructors. Through individual experience and personal accolades, our professors and instructors are masters in their fields; including but not limited to: advanced mind games, economic dominance, etiquette and elitism, expert construction and traps, deep sea fishing and more. Located in the heart of Woodberry Forest, our university houses the grandest facilities, lovely and elaborate gardens, and secret wonders of the imagination.
ORIGINAL-"Dr. Ferdinand" (Fox)
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