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    Punning on the word "dash," Heather LaHaise incorporates broad brushstrokes of grey in her depiction of a rabbit poised to dash out of sight. Painting with uneven swipes of color, textural marks and a carefully rendered rabbit, she conveys the animal's quick and curious ways in a composition that bridges abstraction and realism. The artist's original acrylic on linen painting is captured in all its subtlety in a giclée reproduction on paper, framed in matte white wood.
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    This intriguing drawing is part of series Julie S. Graham created in response to the view outside her studio. Maintaining a studio in an industrial area of Boston, Graham became fascinated with the contrast between the organic forms found in nature and the geometric order of the manmade environment. In her delicately sketched and subtly colored drawing, she juxtaposes orderly stacks of upright rectangles and squares rectangles with a spindly stretch of fine lines, grass-like hatchings and a spill of horizontal bands. Each giclée reproduction of the original is presented in a double white mat and framed in a clean matte black wood frame.
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    Without lifting her ink pen, Heather Lahaise whimsically describes the classic dog profile of a Labrador retriever with one continuous line. Soft watercolor washes fill in color, adding to the dog's distinct character. Our giclée reproduction on paper captures the spontaneity of the original watercolor and ink composition. Each signed print is presented in a clean wood frame finished in matte black.
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