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20 x 16 in. (50.8 x 40.64 cm)

Exclusive fine art wood print on 1/2" sustainable Birch, bright white finish

Limited edition of 10 fine art prints comes with a white handmade Italian frame.

Each print will include a signed and numbered certificate of authenticity by Andrew Barnes

About the print:

Treason Gallery in collaboration with pioneering print company, Prints On Wood is excited to present Along The Grain. Prints On Wood uses a unique process of UV printing on plywood, to create one of a kind wood prints. Incorporating the natural imperfections of the wood, each piece is a unique and individual in its own. Participating artists contributed a select image to be created into a Limited Edition of 10 prints. With a collection of artists from all around the world, Along The Grain presents itself as new take on fine art reproduction, while providing approachability to new collectors as well as those looking to add a one of a kind piece to their collection.

Participating artist include Aaron Nagel • Ricardo Cavolo • Fucci • Andrew Barnes • Michael Reeder • Jay Riggio • Joram Roukes • Drew Merritt • Mary Iverson • Casey Weldon • Cheyenne Randall • Vesod • Dennis McNett (WOLFBAT) • Shark Toof

Availability: In stock

$350.00

About Andrew Barnes

Andrew Barnes

Andrew Durgin-Barnes was born in San Diego in 1985 and moved to Bremerton Washington five years later. He had been interested in art from a very early age but when he was 16 he moved to Seattle where he met artist Jesse Edwards who introduced him to oil painting. After studying drawing for several ...


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Tags Abstract, Painting, Pop Art, Pop Surrealism

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