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Evening Solitude—White Egret;  Master Artisan Collection — Standard Numbered Edition (SN) Art Collection by Lee Kromschroeder

Evening Solitude—White Egret;  Master Artisan Collection — Standard Numbered Edition (SN) Art Collection

by Lee Kromschroeder

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“As the evening sun puts a shower of golden sparkling light on the wetlands, a quiet calm descends. We see the brilliant white of an American Egret set in perfect balance with the reflected sun.”

–Lee Kromschroeder

 

Wild Wings' Master Artisan Canvas Collection combines old-world craftsmanship with exquisite materials and cutting-edge production technology to produce remarkable Limited Edition canvas artwork. Published in the highly-collectible Standard Number (SN) edition sizes, these paintings are perfect for those who appreciate exclusivity and desire heirloom art. Each piece is hand-embellished by skilled artisans, capturing the details of the artist's original brushwork using fine acrylic paints. Long-life pigment inks outperform conventional press inks, ensuring the vibrancy and longevity of your artwork. Choose from five hand-crafted, museum-quality wood frames to complement any home decor.

 

Each piece includes:
- Hand-painted embellishments
- A numbered Certificate of Authenticity
- Individually-engraved brass nameplate
- The artist's unique gold foil

 

Published exclusively by Art Brand Studios. Available in three image sizes. Also available in Artist Proof and Studio Artist editions.

 

To learn more about the Master Artisan Canvas Collection,read our blog post here!

For more information about this product, please call us at 800-445-4833 or fill out our Contact Us form.

Lee Kromschroeder

Lee Kromschroeder

Artist
Lee Kromschroeder has been creating worlds on canvas since he was four. Many of these early paintings reflected the interests of other children growing up in Southern California, the ocean before him, the mountains nearby and, of course, rocket ships. But these typical subjects were supplemented with something more. Kromschroeder's...

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“As the evening sun puts a shower of golden sparkling light on the wetlands, a quiet calm descends. We see the brilliant white of an American Egret set in perfect balance with the reflected sun.”

–Lee Kromschroeder

 

Wild Wings' Master Artisan Canvas Collection combines old-world craftsmanship with exquisite materials and cutting-edge production technology to produce remarkable Limited Edition canvas artwork. Published in the highly-collectible Standard Number (SN) edition sizes, these paintings are perfect for those who appreciate exclusivity and desire heirloom art. Each piece is hand-embellished by skilled artisans, capturing the details of the artist's original brushwork using fine acrylic paints. Long-life pigment inks outperform conventional press inks, ensuring the vibrancy and longevity of your artwork. Choose from five hand-crafted, museum-quality wood frames to complement any home decor.

 

Each piece includes:
- Hand-painted embellishments
- A numbered Certificate of Authenticity
- Individually-engraved brass nameplate
- The artist's unique gold foil

 

Published exclusively by Art Brand Studios. Available in three image sizes. Also available in Artist Proof and Studio Artist editions.

 

To learn more about the Master Artisan Canvas Collection,read our blog post here!

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For more information about this product, please call us at 800-445-4833 or fill out our Contact Us form.

About the artist
Lee Kromschroeder

Lee Kromschroeder

Artist
Lee Kromschroeder has been creating worlds on canvas since he was four. Many of these early paintings reflected the interests of other children growing up in Southern California, the ocean before him, the mountains nearby and, of course, rocket ships. But these typical subjects were supplemented with something more. Kromschroeder's...

Read More