Storming 12x12 Acrylic on Canvas
This piece was inspired by a storm coming in overlooking Fruit Ridge. Nothing beats bright color and a stormy sky. This piece has a lot of warm tones and would look great bot against a cool toned wall to make it pop or grouped with other warm colors in a gallery style wall.
Love the look but not the size?
This piece can be printed on canvas or fine art paper in virtually any size, including enlargements.
Please use the "Contact" section on the homepage to let me know what you would like and I will respond within 1-2 business days about pricing
If you are looking to frame a canvas or canvas print locally I recommend Mercury Head Gallery. They do a fabulous job and will make sure you are well taken care of.
If you are framing a Limited Edition Giclee Print you can choose one of my standard crops to fit a standard frame. *If you want a custom mat to give it a personal touch or to ensure that you are able to see the artist signature and numbering, I recommend going online to American Frame. They will walk you through the whole process and are well priced
If you want a non standard size print, or you are not local to Grand Rapids MI, I recommend going online to American Frame. They are a great site and will walk you through all the measurements and steps to complete your piece. They are also a fraction (anywhere from 40-80% less) of what it costs to get it framed professionally.
Limited Edition Giclee Prints
These are Limited Edition Giclee Prints. Limited Editions are numbered and once the set limit is reached no more will be printed. This ensures that each image retains its value for the collector and for the artist. Each image has a border for example, the Medium size is printed on 11x14 paper and the image itself is 8x10. This allows space for the artist signature, numbering, and an allowance for mat overlap when framing.
Please note that the Medium, Large and XL sizes of this Giclee Print have been cropped. The crops were all done by the artist and remain true to style and composition. This was done so that they would fit a standard size frame for the convenience of the collector.