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Karen Harris Citrus 2 What Forest Framed Wall Art

$29.00

citrus 2 what forest

by karen harris

Framed Wall Art

$29.00


Karen Harris Citrus 2 What Forest Framed Wall Art
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  • Brainstorming new ways to display your artwork? Look no further than our eco-friendly bamboo wood frame featuring the artwork of your choice printed on the highest quality fiberboard in a satin finish. Available in 7 sizing options, this unique framing option is the stand-out piece to make your walls shine!

    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"
  • Looking to add to the collection of art on your walls? Our basic frame combined with the artwork of your choice in a satin finish on high quality fiberboard is the perfect choice. Hang it solo, pair it up or create an entire gallery wall to make a statement. Available in 7 sizing options, this collection is available in four colors black, gold, silver, and white.

    INSIDE DIMENSIONS BASIC FRAME OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS
    8" x 9.5" 10.5" x 12"
    11" x 13" 13.5" x 15.5"
    14" x 16.5" 16.5" x 19"
    19" x 22.4" 21.5" x 24.9"
    12" x 12" (no mat) 14.5" x 14.5"
    20" x 20" (no mat) 22.5" x 22.5"
    30" x 30" (no mat) 32.5" x 32.5"

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Karen Harris

Akron, Ohio

Karen Swartz Harris is the creative force behind the design studio–ize on design. Originally hailing from the Washington DC metro area, she currently resides in Northeast Ohio. She holds a degree in Architecture from the University of Virginia and has had a successful career in commercial interior design, product design and contract furnishings. Karen exhibits a unique style influenced by her love of modernism and 20th century art, architecture & graphics. Her signature silhouettes and motifs are derived from her original freehand ink drawings and are translated to two-dimensional surface design and three-dimensional objects.