framed art print

purple fields  BY iveta abolina
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DENY Iveta Abolina

Iveta Abolina Purple Fields Framed Art Print

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$49.00

MSRP: $0.00


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Product Details

Description

Frame it up. The Deny Designs Modern and Classic Framed Art Print takes away all the hassle of finding the right frame for your art. The art is printed with archival, fade-resistant inks—and the frames are available in black or white with a variety of sizes so no matter your design needs, we have just the option for you. The Classic frame style is wider than our Modern frame for a more traditional, gallery-style look. The Modern frame style is narrower but deeper than the Classic frame for a sleek alternative. Sprinkle in different sizes and maybe an art canvas or two to help create a picture-perfect art collection. And the best part? Every purchase pays the artist who designed it—supporting creativity worldwide.

Details & Product Specs

Frame:

  • Frame Materials: MDF core with a paper wrap
  • Art print with archival, fade-resistant inks
  • Light filtering acrylic to protect your art print from fading
  • Classic frame dimensions: 1.25" W x .75" D
  • Modern frame dimensions: .75" W x 1.25" D
  • Wire or sawtooth hanger included depending on size (does not include hanging hardware)

 

Paper Substrate:

  • Satin finish
  • 210 GSM
  • Aqueous ink
  • 8 color inkjet printing

About the Artist

iveta abolina

Iveta Abolina started drawing in early childhood – tracing over pictures from books and magazines. This tedious task has given its fruits – Iveta's attention to detail is seen in every piece of work she has done. Painting classes during high school and a Design and Technology degree from Parsons School of Design improved Iveta's interest in design. Her style of illustration is characterized by the search for beauty and equilibrium in chaos. She attempts to capture a moment of her own imagination and finds ways to mix her hand drawn images and textures into a graphic alchemy. She likes to put elements in order and then disorder; to break them and fix them - and finally get a balanced composition. Within each piece she tries to create an intimate world that possesses its own ethos and its own emotional range.

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