Louisiana Heron 18" Wide Framed Bird Wall Art
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  • Crate & Barrel Stacks 12 Print
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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.
  • Crate & Barrel Hidden Path Print
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    Recalling time spent wandering as a child through a thicket of trees that surrounded her home, artist Alexandra Carter recreates the memory as a hazy stand of trees. Although appearing as a traditional watercolor, the work is the result of an unusual technique by which Carter applies pools of ink to drafting film, allowing the pigment to traverse across the non-porous surface in unpredictable ways. This giclée reproduction of the original painting is printed on paper and hand signed by the artist. Presented in a single white mat, the print is framed in charcoal-stained wood.
  • Crate & Barrel Block Print Reclaimed Wood Wall Art
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    Framed with a ring of iron reclaimed from old wagon wheels, this one-of-a-kind wooden wall decor piece showcases vintage wooden printing blocks from India. Varying in age and pattern (some as old as 80 years), the blocks create a dimensional mosaic of pattern and whitewashed wood. Used to pattern textiles, block printing dates back to 12th-century India, often used to decorate fabrics used in royal processions. Each unique piece will vary slightly in design and size (see additional photos).
  • Crate & Barrel Papeles Print
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    Ancient handcrafted tradition marries modern natural style in this show-stopping work of art that has the artisanal look of a treasured find from far-flung places. Intricately woven of handcrafted paper of boiled bark, this piece is based on a time-honored technique of the Oaxacan people of ancient Mexico. Concentric rectangles of marbled, gnarled and woven fibers demonstrate a wealth of intricate pattern and texture unique to each piece. Strong linear format hangs vertically or horizontally for maximum impact. Each museum-quality piece is cleanly presented on a single white mat and framed in espresso-finished duria wood under plexiglass. Check out our ideas for above-the-bed decor.
  • Crate & Barrel Sway I Print
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    Depicting a quiet moment in nature that might easily be overlooked, artist Kelly Ventura focuses on a patch of vegetation, allowing the white of the paper to outline graceful leaves and the whisper of a soft breeze. Rendering evening's muted colors, she uses a palette of subtle shades in watercolor washes of tonal greys, greens and ochre. Our gorgeous giclée reproduction on paper captures all the nuance of the original watercolor painting. Each hand signed print is floated on a single white back mat and framed in matte white durian wood.
  • Menu A/S POV Candleholder Wall - Brass
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    POV Candle Holder is a light, smart and playful product that can be used as a single piece or in a group. Beautiful on its own and stunning as graphical patterns on the wall or on the table. In the movies the Point Of View is right where the camera is aiming. The eye of the viewer. And depending on that point of view, things will change - settings, stories and the way we interpret things. And if you move around the MENU POV Candle Holder, you'll also notice that your view alters the holder. From some angles it seems like a flat graphical drawing - move around it and suddenly the graphic lines floats in midair. Shadows and shapes change, making it a fun object to interact with.
  • Crate & Barrel Piper Waiting Print
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    Heather LaHaise's ode to her dog bridges abstraction and realism with a subtle sense of whimsy. The animal's form is revealed through layers of color, random marks and textured application of paint, silhouetted against an undefined, minimalist background. Our giclée reproduction on paper captures the brilliance and nuance of the original acrylic painting, framed in matte black wood. Check out our designer tips to make a statement with your wall decor.
  • Menu A/S POV Candleholder Wall - White
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    POV Candle Holder is a light, smart and playful product that can be used as a single piece or in a group. Beautiful on its own and stunning as graphical patterns on the wall or on the table. In the movies the Point Of View is right where the camera is aiming. The eye of the viewer. And depending on that point of view, things will change - settings, stories and the way we interpret things. And if you move around the MENU POV Candle Holder, you'll also notice that your view alters the holder. From some angles it seems like a flat graphical drawing - move around it and suddenly the graphic lines floats in mid air. Shadows and shapes change, making it a fun object to interact with.
  • Crate & Barrel Confetti Print
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    Heather LaHaise's ode to the underdog—rescue pups, senior dogs and strays— bridges abstraction and realism in this warm and sensitive portrayal. The dog's drawn form emerges through graphic marks and layers of bright and neutral washes that drip and define her subject. Our giclée reproduction on canvas captures the brilliance and nuance of the original acrylic painting, framed in espresso-stained wood.
  • Crate & Barrel Three Tulips Print
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    A love of gardening and art inspired Katherine Schad's brilliant botanical study of red tulips. Without the benefit of a preparatory drawing, she applies highly pigmented ink directly to the surface, allowing her imagination to direct the brush. The lush color and free brushwork of the original ink on vellum painting is brilliantly captured in a giclée print on paper. The print floats on a white mat with a simple, matte white wood frame.
  • Crate & Barrel Blackburn Park Print
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    Stately trees, a meandering creek and wildlife antics observed during daily walks with her dog inspired Sarah Giannobile's lyrically abstract mixed media work on paper. Hovering between drawing and painting, this delightful work depicts a riot of forms and expressive line, accented in fresh pastels and opaque brights. This giclée print on paper of Giannobile's original is hand signed by the artist and presented in a clean, matte black wood frame.
  • Crate & Barrel Deep Water Ripple Print
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    In Lauren Adams's painting, deep blue pools on stark white, radiating tonal tints in layered washes. The contrast between the dark opaque color and the transparent shapes and white background lends a dynamic, optical effect. Our giclée reproduction on paper captures the intense color and value of the original acrylic painting, handsomely framed in matte white wood with a white mat.
  • Menu A/S POV Candleholder Wall - Warm Grey
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    POV Candle Holder is a light, smart and playful product that can be used as a single piece or in a group. Beautiful on its own and stunning as graphical patterns on the wall or on the table. In the movies the Point Of View is right where the camera is aiming. The eye of the viewer. And depending on that point of view, things will change - settings, stories and the way we interpret things. And if you move around the MENU POV Candle Holder, you'll also notice that your view alters the holder. From some angles it seems like a flat graphical drawing - move around it and suddenly the graphic lines floats in midair. Shadows and shapes change, making it a fun object to interact with.
  • Menu A/S POV Candleholder Wall - Black
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    POV Candle Holder is a light, smart and playful product that can be used as a single piece or in a group. Beautiful on its own and stunning as graphical patterns on the wall or on the table. In the movies the Point Of View is right where the camera is aiming. The eye of the viewer. And depending on that point of view, things will change - settings, stories and the way we interpret things. And if you move around the MENU POV Candle Holder, you'll also notice that your view alters the holder. From some angles it seems like a flat graphical drawing - move around it and suddenly the graphic lines floats in mid air. Shadows and shapes change, making it a fun object to interact with.
  • Crate & Barrel Carnival Life Print
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    Hovering between drawing and painting, Sarah Giannobile's lyrical abstract depicts an intricately rendered carnival, alive with a riot of circus tents, geometric forms and festival colors inspired by childhood memories. This giclée print on paper brilliantly captures the detail and festive spirit of Giannobile's original mixed-media composition. Each print is presented in a clean, matte white wood frame.
  • Crate & Barrel Morning Meditation Print
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    Hovering between drawing and painting, Sarah Giannobile's lyrical abstract depicts an invented landscape alive with a riot of organic shapes, expressive line and summertime colors. Incorporating floral shapes and geometric forms, the painting combines transparent and opaque color with a mix of watercolor, acrylic and gouache paints. The intricacy and brilliance of the original mixed-media work on paper is faithfully recorded in our giclée reproduction on canvas, presented in a clean, white wood frame.
  • Crate & Barrel Shine Print
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    In this tribute to what makes dogs shine—unconditional love and loyalty—artist Heather LaHaise focuses in on the soulful face of a yellow Labrador retriever. Positioned just off kilter, the articulated features of the dog give way to abstraction, defined by passages of brushed and dripped pigment and gestural line. This limited-edition giclée reproduction on paper captures the nuance of the original acrylic painting, framed in espresso-stained wood.
  • Crate & Barrel New York Explorer Print
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    Imbuing one of New York's iconic landmarks with painterly color and romance, photographer Irene Suchocki dissolves the city's 59th Street bridge into soft focus, depicting its looping lights like a string of pearls against a darkening sky. Our giclée reproduction captures the lush color and artistry of the original photograph. The print is smartly framed in silver wood with a crisp white mat.
  • Crate & Barrel Dash of Grey Print
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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.
  • Crate & Barrel Serenity Print
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    Serenity began as a purely abstract painting, but as Phyllis Ellis continued to work on it a mountainous landscape began to emerge. The palette of browns, golds and soft greens suggest a natural setting, a feeling enhanced by Ellis's incorporation of textural elements such as sand, gloss, gel and oils. Our giclée reproduction on canvas captures the texture and earthy tones of the original mixed media painting and is framed in espresso-stained wood.
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  • Crate & Barrel Coastal Clouds Print
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    Inspired by the coastal view of the setting sun, artist Sheila Finch layered transparent veils of oil paint to replicate the scene's dramatic vista of clouds, light and atmosphere. The vibrancy of Finch's original painting is brilliantly captured in a giclée print on paper. Each print is hand signed by the artist and is handsomely framed in pulai wood with a dark brown finish.
  • Crate & Barrel Souche de Bois Print
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    French for "wooden stump," the title of Beverly Fuller's watercolor composition not only refers to her frequent forays into nature but also to a specific time when she paused near a tree stump, closed her eyes and traced with her finger its crevices, ridges and cracks. Translating each texture into a pastel tone, she created an imaginative landscape of soft, organic forms. This giclée print replicates the original watercolor work with utmost fidelity. It's set on a linen backing and framed in an acrylic box frame
  • Crate & Barrel One Liner Lab Print
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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.
  • Crate & Barrel One Liner Jack Russell Print
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    Without lifting her ink pen, Heather Lahaise whimsically describes the perky personality of a Jack Russell terrier 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.
  • Crate & Barrel One Liner Basset Print
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    Without lifting her ink pen, Heather Lahaise whimsically describes the drooping contours of a basset hound with one continuous line. Soft watercolor washes fill in color, adding to the dog's distinct personality. 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.
  • Crate & Barrel One Liner Mixed Breed Print
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    Without lifting her ink pen, Heather Lahaise whimsically describes the unique appearance of a mixed breed dog 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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