"Mountain Clouds" is a collage composed of several different types of papers including papers I have hand-dyed. The artwork measures 14x17 inches and is matted and framed in an excellent quality brushed silver frame. The overall dimension is 21x24 inches and is wired, protected under plexiglass and is ready to hang.
The piece is a semi-abstract image of the Santa Catalina Mountains in Tucson, Arizona. Rain had moved through and the clouds were still low and moving across the mountains and the foothills. The white paper is wispy, capturing the movement of fleeting rain and cloud. I have a wonderful view of these mountains that rise above 7,000 feet and often have snow in the winter months. The sun-facing slopes have many saguaros and if you look, you will see them in the lower corners of this piece.
If you appreciate paper art and the mountains of the West or just love mountains as they are in different kinds of weather, this would make a nice addition to your collection.
1-2 business days
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Ship items back to me within: 21 days of delivery
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Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
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I carefully select the frames for my artwork based on the size, subject matter and the colors in the piece to be framed. The frames themselves are usually contemporary and of excellent quality. If a buyer decides they do not like the frame or would prefer a different color or style, it is their responsibility to take the artwork to a framer and have it changed to their liking.
Take a photo of the framed artwork, showing the damage and a photo of the packing material including the box. Email me with attached photos of the damage. I will refund my cost for the frame, provide you with the link to my frame supplier so you can verify the cost and I will refund the cost of the frame.