"Inspire" by Barbara Zoern
Limited Edition Giclee Signed & Numbered; Edition Size - 125
Canvas is superior artist quality, medium-weight, 17mil canvas developed to meet the need for a high lgloss, wide gamut, gelatin-coated 24"x40" solution for both dye and pigmented inks. A solvent based liquid laminate made by Triangle Coatings for Bulldog Products is applied to all canvas images
Impasto Texture - gives the image a more original look. A clear acrylic is used to add texture. Additional cost of $25.00
Gallery Wrap - is $.80 per united inch is also available. It is a 2"stretcher and can either wrap the image around the sides or paint the sides black. Final gallery-wrapped images will be 4"x4" smaller than the printed image. This makes a gorgeous presentation ready to hang.
Also available in Paper. Retail is $675; d'ART's Price is $570
Somerset Digital Fine Art Paper is used. Somerset is the standard art paper for use on the IRIS or IXIA printers. Somerset paper is radiant white, has a soft elegant feel and offers the widest colorspace of all uncoated art papers. Somerset is Mouldmade in England by St. Cuthberts papermill and is 100% natural cotton, neutral ph.
Please call 866-FINE-ART (346-3278)or EMAIL for additional information. Availability/Prices subject to change."
Barbara Brabec Zoern is a native of a Chicago area suburb and now resides in Austin, Texas. Her interest in art began at a young age however, her desire to paint culminated after she began her career as an interior designer. Computer Aided Drafting promoted technicality, not creativity. The canvas provided an outlet for her artistic inclinations. What followed were simple works of art revealed through spatial proportions and chromatic fields. Ms. Zoerns design training is apparent through her usage of abstract and architectural techniques. She utilizes basic elements of design such as space, form, line, texture and light, creating visual harmony within each piece of work. Evident in her paintings are Ms. Zoerns intriguing combinations of shape and color, even when her abstract approaches the real as in her figurative females. A horizontal exhibit of Ms. Zoerns work can be viewed at the Houston Galleria, where 125 of her painted tables are displayed on the ice skating rink level. Her work can also be seen on various sized canvas, paper, tables and greeting cards. Barbara Zoerns creative process does not always focus on portra
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