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the stars were hers

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the stars were hers

45.00

10x10 print. Actual image is 8x8. Limited edition of 100 print on archival cotton rag paper with archival inks. Signature, edition, and handwritten title on front in pencil.

The title reads “the stars were hers”

About the artist:

Amanda Blake paints imagined portraits and narrative works that deal with themes of memory, fate, and superstition.  Working in oil paint on wood, her pieces draw the viewer close to create a feeling of connection with the characters.  Her work is inspired by found vintage photographs, Byzantine art, the Pre-Raphaelites, and abstract expressionism. She received her BA in fine arts from the University of Oregon (2000), studied watercolor in Siena, Italy and oil painting and printmaking at the Chautauqua Art Institute in New York.  She has shown in galleries and festivals across the country. From Oregon, she now lives in Morgantown, West Virginia.

Shipping: Print comes in a protective sleeve with mat board backing and shipped flat between layers of cardboard.

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10x10 print. Actual image is 8x8. Limited edition of 100 print on archival cotton rag paper with archival inks. Signature, edition, and handwritten title on front in pencil.

The title reads “the stars were hers”

About the artist:

Amanda Blake paints imagined portraits and narrative works that deal with themes of memory, fate, and superstition.  Working in oil paint on wood, her pieces draw the viewer close to create a feeling of connection with the characters.  Her work is inspired by found vintage photographs, Byzantine art, the Pre-Raphaelites, and abstract expressionism. She received her BA in fine arts from the University of Oregon (2000), studied watercolor in Siena, Italy and oil painting and printmaking at the Chautauqua Art Institute in New York.  She has shown in galleries and festivals across the country. From Oregon, she now lives in Morgantown, West Virginia.

Shipping: Print comes in a protective sleeve with mat board backing and shipped flat between layers of cardboard.