Estuary Reduction Print Linocut on Paper with Gold Inkartsyhome.com: Product
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Product description:"Estuary" Linoleum block relief reduction print on white acid free paper. Hand printed, signed and dated by the artist. Image is 3"x3" on 9x12" paper. This relief print, from my Crenon series of prints and paintings, is an extremely limited edition of 6 color prints. I personally hand printed the entire series from a single linoleum block. Because each print is hand printed, each object is unique. Each print also features a state printed with gold printing ink to make this artwork glow! The price indicated is for a single print from this series. I will sell prints in numbered order in a first-come, first served basis, i.e. buyer #1 will receive print #1. Artworks are shipped wrapped in glassine. Paper prints will be supported between two sheets of cardboard. No insurance is provided unless specifically requested. Artwork is unmatted and unframed, allowing for you or a framing professional to decide how you want the artwork to look to fit in with your decor. My "Crenon" series investigates the link between freshwater rivers and streams and their importance to our collective subconscious. "Estuary" uses the single block reduction technique to create an inexpensive alternative to the one-of-a-kind paintings, evoking the colors of a cool, clear autumn day.
 
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Estuary Reduction Print Linocut on Paper with Gold Ink

$55.00 USD
  • Shipping: Shipping Included Anywhere
  • Product ID#: 35744.
  • Dimensions: 12" width x9" height x.25" depth
  • Materials: Ink, Precious Metal, Metal, Ink
  • Colors: Black, Blue, Orange, Red

Artwork Description: "Estuary" Linoleum block relief reduction print on white acid free paper. Hand printed, signed and dated by the artist. Image is 3"x3" on 9x12" paper.

This relief print, from my Crenon series of prints and paintings, is an extremely limited edition of 6 color prints. I personally hand printed ...
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I was born in Indiana to parents who were born in Michigan and Pennsylvania and met and got married in Kentucky. My parents then moved to Ohio (where my brother was born) and I went to school, going through a variety of dream jobs including, as I once wrote, "Cardioligist" (5 yrs old), "Neuroligist" (7 yrs old) "Roboticist" (8 yrs old) "Genetic Engineer" (10 yrs old) "Mechanical Engineer" (11-16 years old), before finally settling on photography as a career. While going to college for Photography and becoming dismayed with the program and...