Emily Gartner's Entry #CreateArtHistory #IndianLilyDaffodil

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Matlgirl

Evansville, United States

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Paper Sizing Information

Small 16" x 12"
Medium 20" x 16"
Large 24" x 18"
X large 32" x 24"
Note: 1" - 2" minimum borders will be added around images and will vary depending on the appropriate aspect ratio to fit each paper size. Images are centered and 'padded' for non-standard sized images.

Features

  • Custom sized prints (with various border widths)
  • Gallery quality vibrant colours
  • Lightly textured 100% cotton paper
  • Refer to size chart for dimensions if self framing

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Artist's Description

Red Bubble’s design challenge forced my hand on this new collection and I’m extremely grateful. My designs typically are a mix of my original digital photo of a historic landmark with a pop art twist. I usually take elements of architecture like stained glass, tile work, mosaic work, wallpaper, etc…and then put my own spin on it with a punch of bright and bold colors. It is a style I’m known for @emilygartnerdesigns when I create wearable art.

This new offering appealed to me, because I also photograph nature and my friend’s abstract art paintings. So I approached the challenge in the same way. I love collaborating with nonprofits and did a recent partnership with the Pearl S. Buck Foundation. Pearl S. Buck wrote well over 80 books during her lifetime and won the Nobel Prize in literature and a Pulitzer Prize as well. So to dig deeper and work with a well loved library, just felt like my next step.

I learned when doing research about Pearl Buck that she was the one that started the first free public library in her house in Perkasie, Pennsylvania. She would let the neighbors come check out books from her living room. It was great to stand in that space this past Spring and learn that piece of information from the CFO while looking at the books on the shelves and her personal typewriter.

I hope you enjoy my efforts on this new challenge. I went with the botanical theme. It just made sense for me.

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