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  • $250$450
    Expertly mounted inside a shadowbox, a polished slice of blue agate takes on the visual impact of abstract art. Natural rings and subtle shifts of color make each one unique. Vibrant blue genuine agate slice mounted against a white mat. Surrounded by a floating linen mat. Framed behind glass in wood with a matte white finish. 13" sq., " deep. D-rings on back. Made in Malaysia.
  • $750
    After two decades as an advertising photographer, Tony Stromberg was artistically and spiritually drained. Through his work with horses, everything began to change. He credits these magnificent animals with teaching him "the power of authenticity, honesty and integrity, andthe true meaning of leadership and relationship." To capture their true spirit, he photographs them in open spaces without riders or saddles. Natives: 57 3/4" x 43 3/4" overall. Limited-edition photograph signed by the artist.
  • $750
    In a career that spanned 60 years, artist Carolyn Heller found inspiration in the natural world and in fellow artistsespecially the abstract expressionism of Elaine de Kooning and Syd Solomon. Her vibrant use of color and form are evident in this piece, carefully reproduced through gicle printing to capture every brushstroke. An Italian frame, detailed with two-tone wood veneers, surrounds this bold, expressive piece. 34"W x 50"H overall. Printed on archival paper.
  • $650
    To award-winning photographer and documentary filmmaker Susan Friedman, horses symbolize the wild spirit in us all. She used black-and-white film and a large-format camera to create this image of a spirited steed for her Equus series. 35 1/4" sq. Printed on glossy photographic paper. Set behind Plexiglas with an acid-free white mat. Framed in wood with an espresso painted finish. Ready to hang with a sawtooth mount at the back.
  • $1,795
    San Francisco native Gale McKee has a passion for color and texture that gives fantastic energy to her work. Using layers of saturated hues, painterly brush strokes and scrubbing, scratching and blurring techniques, the artist creates simple, nearly abstracted forms that lend a timeless, universal quality to this coastal landscape. The image is raw, solitary and yet peaceful as well, drawing viewers to immerse themselves seamlessly in the moment and the place.
  • $250$925
    Fluid, overlapping lines give these works by Massachusetts artist Catherine Carter the organic flow of roots and vines and the ordered grace of calligraphy, drawing a connection between nature and the written word. Printed in neutral tones on deckle-edged paper and simply framed in white wood, the pieces can hang separately or as a quartet. 17" wide x 20" high. Printed on matte archival paper. Floated against a white mat. Set behind glass in a solid wood frame with a matte white finish.
  • $350$625
    Printed in white on deep, inky blue, these geometric diagrams have the crispness of technical schematics and the visual impact of modern art. The deckle-edged prints are floated against a smooth white mat and set in hand-crafted frames. Striking individually, and even more so together. 26" sq. Printed on matte archival paper. Floated against a white mat. Set behind glass in a solid wood frame veneered by hand with rich, dark brown wedge wood. Ready to hang with D-rings at the back.
  • $450
    After two decades as an advertising photographer, Tony Stromberg was artistically and spiritually drained. Through his work with horses, everything began to change. He credits these magnificent animals with teaching him "the power of authenticity, honesty and integrity, andthe true meaning of leadership and relationship." To capture their true spirit, he photographs them in open spaces without riders or saddles. 32 1/2" x 31 1/2" overall. Limited-edition photograph signed by the artist.
  • $750$1,350
    Acclaimed interior designer Thom Filicia brings a stroke of modernity and movement to the home with bold abstracts in neutral tones. Framed in bronze-leafed wood, these wall-ready prints make an especially striking statement when hung together. Gicle printed on archival paper. Mounted behind glass in bronze-leafed basswood frames. Ready to hang with D-rings and wire at the back. 32" sq. Print: Made in USA. Frame: Made in Vietnam.
  • $495$895
    High-resolution scans of actual fossils, these dramatic images magnify the jewel-like beauty of these ancient treasures. They're gicle printed on archival paper for rich, enduring color and mounted in modern frames without mats to highlight the bold scale of the images. 43 3/4" wide x 33 3/4" high. Printed on matte archival paper. Set behind Plexiglas in a solid wood frame with a matte black finish. Ready to hang with D-rings at the back.
  • $795$1,400
    These contemporary gicle prints are taken from two original oil paintings by Canadian artist Katie Brennan. The captivating compositions showcase geometrical progressions, demonstrating the lively way in which repetition and linear mark-making create powerful visual effects. Reproductions of oil paintings by artist and curator Katie Brennan. Gicle printing captures the fine detail and subtle shading of the original artwork. Printed on archival paper. Mounted behind Plexiglas in white-painted wood frames.
  • Sugg. Price: $350$975 Sale $299.99$849.99
    Expert reproduction and framing highlights the graphic appeal and lyrical lines of these vintage nautical woodblock prints. We chose three different imageshang separately or as a groupand printed them on deckle-edged paper, mounted against navy blue mats with off-white beveled top mats. Simple, distressed black gallery frames keep the look clean-lined and contemporary. A and B are 25 1/4" wide x 20 1/4" high. C is 21 1/4" wide x 31 1/4" high. Gicle printed on deckle-edged archival paper.
  • $495$1,795
    Discovered in a London antiques shop, these illustrations date to the Victorian era and the dawn of modern botany. Beautifully melding science and art, they depict four varieties of the Malabaria plant, each with its own distinctive leaves and flowering stems. Our gicle prints re-create their subtle monochrome shading, as well as the aged character they acquired over a century.  Careful reproductions of botanical sketches from the late 1800s.
  • $750$1,350
    Contemporary abstract expressionist Lindsay Cowles creates evocative large-scale paintings that focus on the interplay between bright, bold colors and layers of textured paint. Her Autumn Sky series is inspired by hazy, late-summer sunsets reflecting off the water near her Virginia studio. 39" wide x 49" high overall. Reproduction of an oil-on-canvas painting by American artist Lindsay Cowles. Gicle printing captures the fine detail and textural energy of the original artwork. Printed on archival paper.
  • $250$1,350
    Self-taught artist Paco Vila Guillen is known for the intricate, repetitive compositions that he creates in his Valencia, Spain studio. His latest series is a meditation on pattern, featuring six prints that can be mixed and matched in any combination to create a graphic vignette. 17" wide x 22" high overall. Reproductions of original ink-on-paper sketches by Spain-based artist Paco Vila Guillen. Gicle printing captures the fine detail and subtle shading of the original artwork. Printed on archival paper.
  • $695$1,250
    Inspired by vintage equestrian prints, these retro-style silhouettes capture the revered form of the horse at its most iconic. Textural details, such as the rusty finish on the horses body and screws at each corner, give these generously sized pieces added depth and dimension. 33.5" wide x 43.5" high overall. Horses simple forms are rendered in a mottled rust finish on a textured black backdrop. Gicle printing captures the fine detail and subtle shading of the original artwork. Printed on archival paper.
  • Sugg. Price: $350$625 Sale $299.99$549.99
    London-based American artist Alexandra Carter paints with ink on vellum, letting the pigment pool and flow to create loose natural lines and luminous layers of color. In these portraits of dogs, her technique creates a sense of intimacy and authenticity. Her studies dont feel like generic images of a lab and a shepherd, but rather portraits that express the genuine character and personality of each dog. 23" wide x 26" high. Gicle printing captures the nuanced lines of the original artworks.
  • $495$890
    To create these extraordinary images, artist Katie Brennan took photographs of the Bow River in the Canadian Rockies, as the same spot was utterly transformed from one second to the next by the endless rush of water. Projecting the images onto paper, she recreated the ripples and eddiesline by linewith her brush, letting the stark, white paper stand in for the sun glinting off the surface.
  • $750$1,350
    The exquisite details of nature's artistry find memorable expression in these botanical prints, each taken from a contemporary watercolor painting of a leaf. Displayed singly or as a harmonious pair, they bring the quiet beauty of a forest into your home. Reproductions of contemporary botanical watercolors. Gicle-printed on archival paper for exquisite detailing. Deckled and floated on an antique-white mat, mounted behind Plexiglas.
  • $595
    The keen eye of the photographer brings exotic beauty into focus. Printed in sepia tones, these portraits capture their subjects with classic grace and graphic verve. Each is set in a wide, scooped frame crafted from solid acacia wrapped in rich birds eye maple veneer. Printed on photographic paper using archival inks. Expertly matted and framed in hardwood. Set behind glass. Ready to hang with D-rings at back. Image: 16 3/4" x 19 1/2". Overall: 28" x 25 1/4", framed. Made in the UK.
  • $450
    The keen eye of the photographer brings exotic beauty into focus. Printed in sepia tones, these portraits capture their subjects with classic grace and graphic verve. Each is set in a wide, scooped frame crafted from solid acacia wrapped in rich birds eye maple veneer. Printed on photographic paper using archival inks. Expertly matted and framed in hardwood. Set behind glass. Ready to hang with D-rings at back. Image: 15" x 11 1/4". Overall: 24" x 19 1/2", framed. Made in the UK.
  • $550$810
    Set against sky-blue backgrounds, these seashell studies by American artist Meridith Martens have a light-washed, almost translucent beauty. Expert gicle printing reproduces the original watercolors down to the softest shading. Hand-gilding gives the silver-leafed frames the mottled shimmer of antiqued mirrors. 21" wide x 25" high overall. Reproductions of a watercolor painting by American artist Meridith Martens. Gicle printed on watercolor paper with a deckled edge.
  • $650
    Boldly scaled and beautifully printed, this piece captures the artistry and careful detail of a 19th century field study. The nuanced shading of the turtle's shell is echoed in the honey walnut tones of the carved solid wood frame. 34" wide x 39" high overall. An expert reproduction of an original watercolor painting. Gicle printed on archival paper. Set behind Plexiglas in a scalloped solid wood frame with a honey walnut stain and white linen liner. D-rings at the back for hanging.
  • Sugg. Price: $350$630 Sale $299.99$499.99
    Printed in indigo and white, these boat schematics meld the graphic precision of technical drawings with great coastal style. Each is printed on archival paper with a deckled edge and floated atop an off-white matte inside a painted-wood frame. 29 1/4" wide x 21 1/4" high overall. Gicle printed on deckle-edged archival paper. Floated behind glass against off-white paper mats. Solid wood frame with an ivory painted finish that's subtly streaked and mottled with beige for a lightly distressed appearance.
  • $595$1,075
    Bold scale, dramatic cropping and vibrant color gives these nature studies the presence of abstract modern art. The original watercolor paintings have been expertly reproduced to capture the subtle shading created by layers of oceanic blue. 33"W x 41"H overall. Printed on archival paper. Set behind Plexiglas in a solid wood frame with a matte white finish. Ready to hang with D-rings at the back.
  • $350$625
    In a career that spanned 60 years, artist Carolyn Heller found inspiration in the natural world and in fellow artists especially the abstract expressionism of Elaine de Kooning and Syd Solomon. Her vibrant use of color and form are evident in these works, carefully reproduced through gicle printing to capture every expressive brushstroke. 21 1/2" wide x 29 1/2" high. Printed on archival paper. Set behind glass and a beveled paper mat. Framed in solid wood with a matte white gesso finish.
  • $350$1,250
    Scientific x-rays reveal the hidden beauty of seashells, turning their delicate architecture into intricate compositions of light and shadow. Reversing the color of the original x-ray images, these expert gicle prints highlight the fine lines and exquisite geometry of each shell. Reproductions of scientific-quality x-rays. Expert gicle prints on archival paper. Set behind Plexiglas and double-thickness mats. Pine wood frames have an etched silver finish. Ready to hang with D-rings and wire at the back.
  • $350
    The landscapes of American artist Stacie Clark cant be found on any map. Created through collagraph printingin which paper mat boards are carved and augmented, then inked and pressed like printing platesthey are explorations of form and composition. These expert reproductions capture every nuance of Clarks original, hand-pulled prints. Gicle printed on archival paper. Expert printing captures every detail. Mounted behind glass and cream paper mats. Wood frames have a distressed, silver-leaf finish.
  • $225$800
    Between 1860 and 1865, London-born American artist Alfred Rudolph Waud covered the Army of the Potomac for the New York Illustrated News, visually documenting some of the greatest battles of the Civil War. Meticulous reproductions of his work, these four images show Union ships in the fine detail that characterized Waud's work. After the war, he went on to illustrate for Harper's Weekly. Reproductions of Civil-War-era illustrations, modernized in fresh blue and white.
  • $450
    The keen eye of the photographer brings exotic beauty into focus. Printed in sepia tones, these portraits capture their subjects with classic grace and graphic verve. Each is set in a wide, scooped frame crafted from solid acacia wrapped in rich birds eye maple veneer. Printed on photographic paper using archival inks. Expertly matted and framed in hardwood. Set behind glass. Ready to hang with D-rings at back. Image: 15" x 11 1/4". Overall: 24" x 19 1/2", framed. Made in the UK.