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Whitetail Deer Fawn Framed Suspended Art by Scot Storm

Whitetail Deer Fawn Framed Suspended Art

by Scot Storm
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Take a second look at the Suspended Art Print Collection as images appear to float within the frame. Open edition art print is suspended between glass panels. Image size, 6" x 6". Framed size 11" x 11" with 1-3/4" black wood moulding. Tabletop or wall mount.

Orientation:SquareBrand:Wild Wings
Height:11"Edition:Open Edition
Width:11"Medium:Print
Product Type:Suspended ArtDisplay Location:Wall Mount
Orientation:SquareBrand:Wild Wings
Height:11"Edition:Open Edition
Width:11"Medium:Print
Product Type:Suspended ArtDisplay Location:Wall Mount
Scot Storm

Scot Storm

Artist
As a youngster, Scot Storm discovered his talent for drawing, sketching and design. These skills eventually led him to North Dakota State University where he earned a degree in architecture. While working in this field, Scot’s love of hunting and the outdoors drew him to explore the challenges of wildlife...

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Take a second look at the Suspended Art Print Collection as images appear to float within the frame. Open edition art print is suspended between glass panels. Image size, 6" x 6". Framed size 11" x 11" with 1-3/4" black wood moulding. Tabletop or wall mount.

Product Specifications
Orientation:SquareBrand:Wild Wings
Height:11"Edition:Open Edition
Width:11"Medium:Print
Product Type:Suspended ArtDisplay Location:Wall Mount
Orientation:SquareBrand:Wild Wings
Height:11"Edition:Open Edition
Width:11"Medium:Print
Product Type:Suspended ArtDisplay Location:Wall Mount
About the artist
Scot Storm

Scot Storm

Artist
As a youngster, Scot Storm discovered his talent for drawing, sketching and design. These skills eventually led him to North Dakota State University where he earned a degree in architecture. While working in this field, Scot’s love of hunting and the outdoors drew him to explore the challenges of wildlife...

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