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  • CB2 Patchwork #4 Print
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    Color block. Patchwork #4 collages tonal blocks of color as envisioned by artist Jordan Carlyle. Inspired by the changing of seasons, with spring and summer around the corner, the colors first came to him as crisp, clean and cheerful. As Carlyle reflects, "the name speaks for itself with the image taking its own shape and creating this patchwork pattern." Using a multimedia blend of photography and painting, the original artwork overlays textural squares of metallic gold with blocks of white and yellow on navy blue canvas, which is then digitally replicated on canvas. Jordan carlyle. Artist Jordan Carlyle infuses his work with raw glamour and structural sleekness, drawing inspiration from nature, architecture, fashion, food and people in his surrounding environment. To express his art—defined as modern, alluring, bold and fresh—the New York-based artist explores a mix of media, including photography, digital art, painting, etching and printmaking. 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 150. Details and Dimensions: Patchwork #4 print. 33"Wx40"H. CB2 Edition LMTD print by Jordan Carlyle. Digital print on stretched canvas. Wipe with soft, dry cloth. Made in China. Overall Dimensions: Width: 33" Height: 40"
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  • NOVICA Ceramic and Iron Bird Wall Art from Central America
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    Guatemala is home to more than 720 species of birds and yet few people are concerned with preserving their natural habitat. This wall sculpture is my way of showcasing some of those birds as well as to pledge the respect I have for nature says the talented Jose Arriola. Working with terracotta he crafts 20 colorful birds: two hummingbirds a black toucan and a green toucan four macaws three parakeets two peacocks an oriole a harlequin woodpecker a yellow-breasted sparrow a horned guan and three surucua. These last ones are on the endangered species list. Painted with vivid realism the birds are perched on a forged iron tree designed to hang on the wall. The birds hang from the branches with galvanized iron hooks which allow them to be displayed as desired. Though size motifs and color may vary slightly due to their hand crafted nature the types of birds remain the same.
  • Art.com ''Female Head (La Scapigliata), c.1508'' Framed Art Print by Leonardo da Vinci (Coventry
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    This framed art print adds a classical touch to any room. Featuring a reproduction of Leonardo da Vinci's sketch, it is sure to provide a sense of wonder to your home. Shop our full selection of framed wall art at Kohls.com. High-quality print produces vibrant colors. Hand-crafted frame from the finest grade of wood exudes elegance. Details: Name: Female Head (La Scapigliata), c.1508 Artist: Leonardo da Vinci 12.5H x 11.75W Vertical display Mounting hardware included Frame: wood Manufacturer's 30-day limited warranty Model no. 8867425 Promotional offers available online at Kohls.com may vary from those offered in Kohl's stores. Size: SMALL. Color: Coventry Champagne. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Adult. Material: Wood.
  • NOVICA Indian Madhubani Painting
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    Bright color courses through the tree of life venerated by the people of Mithila. Peacocks preen in the shade of its branches and fish swim beneath while the sun watches over them. Devendra Kumar Jha works with natural dyes on handmade paper to create a joyous Madhubani painting. As each painting is an individual folk art creation each is unique. Colors and motifs may vary slightly from that pictured.
  • Wall Pops Sitting in a Tree Large Wall Art Kit
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    Who could resist a peaceful setting of multi-color birds perched on a whimsical tree branch? These wall appliques bring nature indoors, and let you be the artist as you arrange your branches, leaves, and birds decals to fit your space. Sitting in a Tree Kit WallPops come on two 17.25" x 39" sheets and contains 93 total pieces. WallPops are always repositionable and removable. Peel and stick. Repositionable, and Always Removable. Safe for Walls. No sticky residue. Quick and Easy. Comes on two 17 1/4" x 39" Sheets. Vinyl; U.S.A;
  • NOVICA Hand Crafted Red Cotton Ikat Tapestry
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    Ni Luh Suryati shares the deeply rooted beliefs of the people in Tenganan with this hand woven wall hanging. It is known as geringsing (meaning against sickness) and it is believed to have magical protective powers. These textiles are frequently used in village celebrations. The wall hanging is woven on a traditional loom with cotton threads previously dyed with kemiri nut for yellow and the bark of the Morinda citrifolia tree for red and includes a mahogany display rod. The spectacular geringsing textiles of Bali are elaborated using the double ikat method. Ikat means to knot in Indonesian and Malay and it is a time-consuming process known only to a handful of weavers around the world. Hand-spun cotton is initially dyed an eggshell-yellow hue using the oil of the kemiri nut before the weaver determines which sections of the thread are to be dyed with what colors. She binds bunches of the fabric together with raffia creating a tight knot resistant to the dyes in which the piece is to be placed. This process is carried out for each successive color as the artisan uses natural extracts such as indigo for the blue tones and root barks for the spectacular vermilion hue. A simple handloom is employed to execute the weave.
  • NOVICA Unique Thai Floral Painting
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    The spreading branches of pipal trees - a variety of fig that grows in India - appear in glowing gold. The venerable tree is considered sacred. Buddha achieved enlightenment while meditating beneath such a tree which then became known as a bodhi or enlightened tree. Some of these trees in Thailand are said to derive from cuttings of the original bodhi and people use stakes to prop their branches. Parinya Nanjai depicts a place of spiritual calm and frames the painting in rain tree wood.
  • NOVICA Cotton wall hanging
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    Four elephants lend wild allure to this vivid wall hanging by Suneeporn Tanjaipetch. The floral motifs are representative of Yao artistry as dynamic symmetry culminates in four-pointed figures. Crafted by hand from cotton the tapestry offers a magnificent accent to the home decor. Its name Chang Pa means wild elephant. The ancestors of the Yao people lived in the Hunan Province of China some 2 000 years ago. Today the Yao live in southern China Vietnam Laos and Thailand. In Thailand there are approximately 55 000 Yao living in scattered villages and an estimated 10 000 from Laos live in refugee camps along the border. They have such unique lifestyles that the various communities are quite different from one another. Nonetheless their villages are usually found on beautiful low hills and in mountainous valleys with dense forests. These areas are teeming with wild animals and are rich in natural resources allowing them to develop a diversified economy. The Yao people have a rich tradition of oral literature. For instance when a group of people is working in the fields several persons sing and beat drums to enliven their labors. Some of the songs tell love stories others tell of Yao history the legends about the creation of heaven and earth etc. The singers also ask questions of each other or tell funny stories adding a joyous atmosphere and synchronizing working movements. The Yao are expert weavers dyers and embroiderers. During the Han Dynasty (206 BC - 220 AD) they wove special fabrics made from tree bark and dyed them with grass seeds later becoming experts dyeing with beeswax and indigo. Yao women are renowned for their magnificent cross-stitch embroidery which richly decorates the clothing of every member of their families. The Yao distinguish themselves from other tribal peoples with magnificent attire and jewelry for their silversmiths produce jewelry of the highest quality. As each item is a unique expression of the artisan's creativity there may exist slight variations in the color and pattern.
  • NOVICA Artisan Crafted Hill Tribe Wall Hanging
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    Rich brown and black combine with stylized Yao appliques in a handsome wall hanging that eloquently communicates hundreds of years of tradition. Inspired by patterns from ancient hill tribe designs Suneeporn Tanjaipetch designs this exotic Thai textile. The Yao ancestors lived in the Hunan Province of China some 2 000 years ago. Today the Yao people live in southern China Vietnam Laos and Thailand. In Thailand there are approximately 55 000 Yao living in scattered villages and an estimated 10 000 from Laos live in refugee camps along the border. They have such unique life styles that the various communities are quite different from one another. But their villages are commonly found on beautiful low hills and mountainous valleys with dense forests. These areas are teeming with wild animals and are rich in natural resources allowing them to develop a diversified economy. The Yao people have an oral literary tradition. For instance when a group of people is working the fields several persons sing and beat drums to liven their work. Some of the songs tell love stories others tell the Yao history the legends about the creation of heaven and earth etc. The singers also ask questions of each other or tell funny stories adding a joyous atmosphere and synchronizing working movements. The Yao people are expert weavers dyers and embroiderers. During the Han Dynasty (206 BC - 220 AD) they wove special fabrics made from tree bark and dyed them with grass seeds and later they became expert at beeswax and indigo dyeing. Yao women are noted for their magnificent cross-stitch embroidery which richly decorates the clothing of every member of their families. The Yao distinguish themselves from the rest of tribes people with magnificent attire and jewelry for their silversmiths produce silver jewelry of high quality. This handsome textile makes a wall hanging or table runner of unusual beauty lending a touch of Thailand to any decor. NOTE: As each item is a unique expression of the artisan's creativity the products received will feature a very similar color and pattern scheme but may not be exactly identical to the one in the photograph.
  • NOVICA African Landscape Painting
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    As the baobab tree reaches the sky the shade from its leafy branches is ideal for people to settle underneath. Building straw huts the scene inspires Tetteh Mpata to paint this serene composition with acrylics on canvas.
  • The Oliver Gal Artist Co. Oliver Gal 'Bijoux' Canvas Art
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    Details: Fine art canvas print by The Oliver Gal Artist Co. Professionally hand stretched gallery wrapped in sustainable, FSC certified wood. Arrives ready to hang with all hardware included. 100% Made in the USA Includes a certificate of authenticity by the artist. Includes a certificate of authenticity by the artist on the back of every art piece. Arrives ready to hang with all hardware included. 100% Made in the USA. Fine Art Canvas, Wood; U.S.A;
  • NOVICA African Cubist Painting
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    Geometric shapes cover an intricate canvas revealing houses clustered in a rural hamlet. Beneath the spreading branches of a venerable tree women pause in their chores for a moment of conversation. I depict different faces to describe how different people without similar backgrounds nonetheless learn to live harmoniously in a peaceful society says artist Bright Dankyi Mensah. Love one another!

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