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Jamie Osborne will be completing the second part of this artwork in 2015. Part Two, The Foes of Harry Potter, will adjoin Part One to make a two panel complete artwork, The Friends and Foes of Harry Potter.

Each panel is 120cm x 90cm. Medium: Faber Castell Polychromos pencils on Dessin Canson White 160g/m2 Artist's paper.

Based in Adelaide, South Australia, Jamie Osborne is a self taught artist.
A goal by an Australian Football League player in 1997, which sealed a famous Grand Final victory, also kick started his art career. Offered an exclusive AFL license, Jamie turned his back on a profession as a Chef to follow his passion for art, focusing on other life-long passions - sport, and entertainment.

Currently Jamie is working on this Two Part Harry Potter series of Artworks, Friends & Foes. You can follow Jamie on Social Media to check out his progress.

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