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  • Crate & Barrel Feathers II Print
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    Using a wet-on-wet technique, artist Susan Hable Smith of Hable Construction applies stripes and dots of water pigment to still-damp painted leaf shapes. Brown and black dissolves, spreads and pools, mimicking the fascinating coloration and patterning of natural feathers. Each giclée print of the original watercolor painting is reproduced on deckle-edge paper and presented in a clean, black-finished pine frame.
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  • Crate & Barrel Feathers I Print
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    Using a wet-on-wet technique, artist Susan Hable Smith of Hable Construction applied stripes and dots of water pigment to still-damp painted leaf shapes. Brown and black dissolves, spreads and pools, mimicking the fascinating coloration and patterning of natural feathers. Each giclée print of the original watercolor painting is reproduced on deckle-edge paper and presented in a clean, black-finished pine frame.
  • Crate & Barrel Kale Leaf Print
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    Delicate lines pencil in the extravagant shape of a single kale leaf, while vivid watercolor washes call out its amazing display of color and texture. Kelly Ventura's sensitive examination of farmer's market offerings is beautifully captured in our gorgeous giclée reproduction on paper of the original watercolor painting. Each hand-signed print is presented in a matte white pine wood frame.
  • Crate & Barrel Garden Beet Print
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    Delicate lines pencil in the graceful root and leafy greens of a just-picked beet, while vivid watercolor washes play up the vegetable's signature red and verdant leaves. Kelly Ventura's sensitive examination of farmer's market offerings is beautifully captured in our gorgeous giclée reproduction on paper of the original watercolor painting. Each hand-signed print is presented in a matte white pine wood frame.
  • Watercolor Abstracts
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    In this intriguing trio of giclée prints, Canadian artist Katie Brennan marries her love of painting with her remarkable talent for graphic design. Offering fresh perspectives on geometric abstraction, the gray-and-yellow compositions are taken from Brennan’s original gouache on paper artwork. Reproductions of geometric studies by artist and curator Katie Brennan. Giclée printing captures the fine detail and subtle shading of the original artwork. Printed on archival paper. Each deckle-edged print is floated atop an off-white mat and mounted behind Plexiglas. Silver-leaf pine frames. D-rings and wire at the back for hanging. 26" sq. overall (image is 24" sq.). Prints are made in Canada; frames are made in Malaysia.
  • Steven Kozar Misty Morning - Spring Farm Giclee Print
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    Giclée print of an original watercolor painting. Printed on archival paper. Signed and numbered at lower left. Limited edition of 195. Paper size is 13"H x 13"W. Dimensions refer to image size.
  • Crate & Barrel White Peony Print
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    The sensual allure of peony blooms blossoms bold and abstract in Irena Orlov's contemporary botanical painting. Manipulating photographic images and then lavishing the resulting image with painterly gesture and contrasting white on black color, she creates a brilliant interpretation of nature that borders on abstract. Our gorgeous giclée reproduction on paper captures the beauty of the original oil painting and is presented with a single white mat and a tulipwood frame finished in ebony. Each print is hand signed and numbered by the artist in a limited-release of 330 editions.
  • Steven Kozar Bridges of Madison 1 Giclee Print
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    This is the now-replaced East Washington bridge on the Yahara River in Madison, Wisconsin. This was the first in an ongoing series of paintings that Kozar has been doing of the various bridges and waterways in the area where he lives. While this was painted at a specific location, the idyllic scene can represent anywhere that the viewer chooses. Watercolor Painting reproduced as a signed and numbered pigment print on 100% cotton paper. Limited edition of 195. Dimensions refer to image size.
  • CB2 Nasturtiums Framed Print
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    Garden variety. Nasturtiums blooms a zoomed-in view of the vibrant, sun-loving annuals captured by artist Isabelle Grizzard Robertson. Originally painted with gouache and digitally replicated here, this landscape grew from sketches Robertson made while sitting in a garden—like much of her work. Noting that nasturtiums are one of her favorite flowers, Robertson "never gets tired of drawing their crazy vines and beautiful, round leaves." isabelle grizzard robertson. Based in an old boat-building neighborhood in Seattle, Isabelle Grizzard Robertson loves to explore how the natural world interacts with a manmade environment. Robertson carries her sketchbook everywhere to illustrate plants and flowers she encounters in her travels, which often become the basis for her paintings and designs. A painter, printmaker and writer, Robertson is a founding partner of Piano Nobile, a design studio and fabrication workshop. CB2 Edition LMTD: CB2 Edition LMTD original works are offered one time only in a small reserve. This special CB2 Edition LMTD print has a limited-edition release of 145. Details and Dimensions: Nasturtiums framed print. 13.25"Wx13.25"H. CB2 Edition LMTD print by Isabelle Grizzard Robertson. Digital print on paper. Wood frame. Wipe clean with soft, dry cloth. Made in USA. Overall Dimensions: Width: 13.25" Height: 13.25"
  • Ron Reams Study No. 342 Giclee Print
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    Giclee print of an original mixed media collage composition. Ron Reams, as a colorist, works in the exceptional range of image fabrication and discovery techniques. These works introduce color by focusing on sensual harmony and balance while embracing contrast. Abstraction, as the base of each painting, accents the inclusion and combination of landscape and figurative image development. According to Reams, Each painting begins with a square thumb-nail mixed media collage that grows into the much larger visual reality of a completed work of art". During the construction of each collage, paint, ink, and various textures are blended to develop the counter balancing elements necessary for the work to grow. Since Reams sees blocks of space with color and images, he starts each painting on a 15 foot panel that is painted in segments that are separated into 60 squares which are treated as individual studies. Each square, in this initial painting stage, is further enhanced by Ron's unique technique of rotating the square while developing the painting's color, space, contrast and balance. Reams believes his rotation technique allows him to stretch the boundaries of the work and his perception of the statement of the painting's mission. This media of expression has opened up his probing for later works that followed. Overall, 20 panels were created then stored for later observation and study. These experimentations expanded his perceptual boundaries into new directions to combine color and form harmoniously. Signed and numbered by the artist below each image. On the far left is the artist's embossed stamp that is applied after signing. Dimensions below refer to paper size. image size is 8"H x 8"W. Certificate of Authenticity and limited edition is provided by the artist. Limited edition of 200.
  • Crate & Barrel Carrot Quartet Print
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    Delicate lines pencil in the graceful roots and feathery leaves of just-picked carrots, while watercolor washes play up their rainbow varieties. Kelly Ventura's sensitive examination of farmer's market offerings is beautifully captured in our gorgeous giclée reproduction on paper of the original watercolor painting. Each hand-signed print is presented in a matte white pine wood frame.
  • Ron Reams Study No. 345 Giclee Print
    artfulhome.com
    Giclee print of an original mixed media collage composition. Ron Reams, as a colorist, works in the exceptional range of image fabrication and discovery techniques. These works introduce color by focusing on sensual harmony and balance while embracing contrast. Abstraction, as the base of each painting, accents the inclusion and combination of landscape and figurative image development. According to Reams, Each painting begins with a square thumb-nail mixed media collage that grows into the much larger visual reality of a completed work of art". During the construction of each collage, paint, ink, and various textures are blended to develop the counter balancing elements necessary for the work to grow. Since Reams sees blocks of space with color and images, he starts each painting on a 15 foot panel that is painted in segments that are separated into 60 squares which are treated as individual studies. Each square, in this initial painting stage, is further enhanced by Ron's unique technique of rotating the square while developing the painting's color, space, contrast and balance. Reams believes his rotation technique allows him to stretch the boundaries of the work and his perception of the statement of the painting's mission. This media of expression has opened up his probing for later works that followed. Overall, 20 panels were created then stored for later observation and study. These experimentations expanded his perceptual boundaries into new directions to combine color and form harmoniously. Artful Home has the pleasure to present a selection of these studies as limited edition giclee prints from Ron Reams private collection. Signed and numbered by the artist below each image. On the far left is the artist's embossed stamp that is applied after signing. Dimensions below refer to paper size. image size is 8"H x 8"W. Certificate of Authenticity and limited edition is provided by the artist. Limited edition of 200.
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