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d'ART ID#: 106362
Length: 29.00 in (73.66 cm)
Height: 29.00 in (73.66 cm)
Depth: 0.00 in (0.00 cm)
Framed: N
Year Created:
Media Types:
Giclee , Paper
Style & Subject:
Contemporary , Floral , Other
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Sara Abbott
Rapture IV
Sara Abbott
Limited Edition Prints - US $349.00

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"Rapture IV" by Sara Abbott
Limited Edition Giclee on fine art paper-unmatted
Signed & Numbered
Edition Size - 950
Image Size: 25' x 25"
Print Size: 29" x 29"
COMPANION PIECE TO "Rapture III"


Also available in sizes: 18" x 18"; 18" x 18" (bottom weighted).
Also available on gallery wrapped canvas

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Availability/Prices subject to change."



SARA ABBOTT
Born in 1972, Sara Abbott grew up near Portland, Oregon. She lived close to the Cascades Mountains during the 1970's where the reoccurring delivery of National Geographic would land on the door step, nature specials were in abundance on PBS, and dinner was plucked from the garden. Upon relocation to Arizona in the early 1990's, Abbott began the road to a Bachelor of Fine Arts in photography and an interesting expedition on photographing nature and the human figure. Although she loved black and white darkroom processes, Abbott felt there was more to express through her art. She began mixing paint with photographs, using found objects such as car doors for frames, and even using fire to light up an image. This path allowed a much deeper interpretation into the discovery of her creative process. While traveling the world, Abbott captures figures and landscapes of beautiful isolation. Her works now include light boxes, abstract paintings with photographic transfers and large scale photographs mounted on plexiglass. Abbott’s work has been collected all over the world and she continues to create her art in Scottsdale, Arizona were she currently resides.

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