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Tangled Up Mini Framed Canvas by Greenbox Art

Tangled Up Mini Framed Canvas by Greenbox Art

Regular price
$39.00
Sale price
$39.00

Amplify any space with the vibrant colors of the flowers and bird in this captivating painting by Jess Franks. Miniature versions of our signature canvas wall art are each framed with a rustic wood finish. Our mini art pieces are a delight for interior decorators to set on a shelf or ready to hang on the wall. These can be collected individually, or in a curated series to create a custom gallery wall.

Good things come in small packages! And in this case it's our new mini framed canvas art. Get creative by bringing a series of small things together. These mini masterpieces come ready to set on a shelf or hang on a wall. Our frames are approximately 1.25" in depth and come with a lightly distressed rustic finish that creates a beautiful texture. Please note that frame color is predetermined for each design and the frame finishes may vary due to the intentional rustic finish. Our canvas art is reproduced in our San Diego studios using the best digital reproduction method currently available, resulting in great clarity and color saturation. Canvases are exceptionally durable and can be cleaned with a soft, dry or slightly damp cloth.

 

  • 7x5 - Approximately 1.25” in depth and comes with a lightly distressed rustic finish that creates a beautiful texture
  • Ready to set on a shelf or hang on a wall
  • Frame color is predetermined for each design
  • Frame finishes may vary due to the intentional rustic finish
  • Can be cleaned with a soft, dry or slightly damp cloth
  • Artist biography information is included
  • This product is imported
  • About The Artist:
  • Jess Franks is known for vibrant acrylic paintings that dance the line between real and abstract. As a magazine graphic designer by trade, she has spent countless hours on her computer poring over photography.A few years ago she discovered that painting not only allows her to delve back into a more tactile world, but also to create scenes in radical colors that no photo could capture. She uses the familiar structures of the natural world around her to explore new palettes, resulting in paintings that are at once both unexpected yet accessible.
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