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d'ART ID#: 109259
Length: 16.50 in (41.91 cm)
Height: 25.00 in (63.50 cm)
Depth: 0.00 in (0.00 cm)
Framed: N
Year Created:
Media Types:
Giclee , Paper
Style & Subject:
Figurative , Juxtaposition , Portrait
Submitted by wash2006
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Drew Darcy
Coast to Coast
Drew Darcy
Limited Edition Prints - US $475.00

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"Coast to Coast" by Drew Darcy

Limited Edition Giclee on Fine Art Paper-unmatted

Edition Size - 295
Matting available, please call or email for pricing.

"Please call 866-fine-art (866-346-3278) or click "contact seller" for additional information."

"Availability/Prices subject to change."

Drew Darcy

"My work is mainly figurative and I like to capture moments in time, whilst still trying to keep a sense of movement and realism. Once I have enough to work with I can manipulate images using my computer and can quickly realise my initial ideas on screen. I can then get a feel of what the final piece will look like, change colours, cut and paste. I embrace technology and love the fact that I can marry traditional methods with the modern and new. However, nothing compares with the magic that can be created with a brush stroke. No digital imagery or computer power can get even close to that invaluable human touch. I eagerly anticipate transposing the developed ideas onto canvas. From Palette to Picture The first touch of paint on a primed canvas is always the most rewarding. I try to keep as much of those first layers as possible, why fix something that isn't broken. I think this is my secret to keeping a fresh look to my work."

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