Clayton Pond (b. 1941) was among the first artists to employ silkscreen printing in a fresh, distinctly personal way. His paintings and limited edition silkscreen prints are immediately recognizable for their bright, cheerful colors and their compositional balance. Over the span of his career, his work has revealed a fascination with vibrant color interactions, and the infinite possibilities that color relationships present. Deviating from the expected and rejecting the conventional, his particular use of color offers the viewer a charming, idiosyncratic interpretation of the world.
Original 8"x 8" art prints by Philadelphia artist Wendy Concannon are mounted behind glossy 1-inch thick blocks of lucite. These sculptural pieces can stand alone or as a group on...
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Fabulous Blue Lobster on Hot Pink background by Robin Ross. Acrylic on wrapped canvas. Framed in white floating frame. : 30"H x 40"W Please email us at Contact@Trellishome.com for...
Stunning and bold abstract in green by Thom Felicia. 42 x 32
Apple Bloom Drippy Heart by artist Kerri Rosenthal is inspired by spring time and green! Signed, limited edition art prints of 100 Looks wonderful displayed on an easel or can hang on the...