Frame it up. The Deny framed art takes away all the hassle of finding the right frame for your art. The art is printed on a satin wood finish and comes exposed for a more artistic look. The frames are available in four different colors and a variety of sizes so no matter your design needs, we have just the option for you. Sprinkle in different sizes and maybe an art canvas or two to help create a picture perfect gallery wall. And the best part? Every purchase pays the artist who designed it—supporting creativity worldwide.
Details & Product Specs
|INSIDE DIMENSIONS||BAMBOO FRAME OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS|
|8" x 9.5"||9" x 10.5"|
|11" x 13"||12" x 14"|
|14" x 16.5"||15" x 17.5"|
|19" x 22.4"||20" x 23.4"|
|12" x 12" (NO MAT)||13" x 13"|
|20" x 20" (NO MAT)||21" x 21"|
|30" x 30" (NO MAT)||31" x 31"|
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A Kentucky native, Lucie Rice got an early start in the world of illustration and design. As a young child, she was writing and illustrating her very own publication, an 8 page monthly magazine all about celebrity dogs and cats. She had just one subscriber, her ever supportive granny. Unfortunately, she did not recognize her true calling for many years, and many student loans later. After receiving an undergraduate degree in painting and sculpture and spending a year living in the woods, teaching forestry and paper making classes, she finally got it. One Master's degree in illustration from SCAD later, she began her career as a freelance illustrator and designer. Lucie is wholeheartedly passionate about creating whimsical, and occasionally ridiculous, imagery that is appealing to children and adults alike.
Many moons later, she is still big into animals, and loves to bring them to life throughout her work. A few of her clients include Purina, the Grand Ole Opry, Cosmopolitan Magazine, Penguin Group, and Simon & Schuster.
She currently resides in Nashville, TN, with her husband and their beloved dogs, Hank and Lola.